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Does Day 1 mean Ed Hartwell or Junior Seau signs with the Pats??

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  1. Sean Pa Patriot

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    We do need depth, and I know we could pick some day 2 LB's .. But could we bring in some vet such as Junior Seau and/or Ed Hartwell..
     
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    Would be nice to bring Seau back. It looked like he started to grasp the schemes in the weeks leading up to that Bears game. :mad: :( :mad:
     
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    It would be nice if Wilson healed up
     
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    Hartwell's first choice is Cincinnatti.
     
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    I'm surprised we didn't draft an LB of the future yesterday too - but nearly every choice would have been just that - an LB of the future.

    I've been saying for awhile that we need more LB depth now to compliment AD so his versatility can be fully used. That requires a veteran presence, and whether its Seau or a trade for a veteran LB I've got no doubt BB has something in mind.
     
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    Excluding Willis the Pats could have had any other LB prospect in the draft so I do not believe they went into this draft with any strong feelings about any of them. I am hoping that it also means they went into this draft with veterans in mind
     
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    There's still lots of LB options, let's see what Day Two brings.
     
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    I'd say it's likely, for the obvious reasons.

    In particular, I think Seau has a job here if he wants it.

    And he should heal up sufficiently, if he chooses to stay in shape with the rest of his body while he heals.
     
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    look at what the colts did.... they drafted anthony gonzalez- this time we have plenty of cb's and drafted one to cover all of their wr's.
     
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    We definitely need LBs. A look at the depth chart yesterday showed me that the lB corp is the weakest on the team in terms of backups. If Bruschi or Vrabel go down, we're screwed.
     
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    weren't we saying this last year and every year going back 3-4 years. They'll be fine.
     
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    I'm not so sure Seau would be completly healed for the 07 season.
    Man I saw that injury on TV, half his forearm was flagging in the wind.
     
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    How are we going to be fine? I don't get it. We've been healthy at that position. We're going to be fine if our starters go down and Izzo is starting there instead?
     
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