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  1. Keegs

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    I have been really busy lately and completely missed the Detroit, and Miami Games.

    can someone please tell me what roster moves the pats have made in the past 2 weeks.

    Ok so we released Gabriel
    then Signed OJ Santiago who is already injured right?

    what else?

    little help here please.
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    -Gabriel released
    -Patrick Pass to I.R.
    -Mruczkowski re-signed
    -Santiago signed

    -Guss Scott, Justin Phinisee, and Rod Trafford signed to practice squad
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    well i missed the game(s) where Pass played. But that's fantastic he is already injured

    Seriously, what the hell is wrong with him?

    Sometimes i swear he gets injured standing on the sidelines.
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    The joy of hamstring (and groin) injuries, they are very likely to come back and bite you in the backside, again and again...
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    which is why Chad Jackson worries me...:(
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    Agreed. ......

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