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Former Pats LS Bartrum retires

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  1. pats1

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    Former Pats LS Bartrum retires... and joins the Patriots shadow roster

    ... and it looks like Vrabel needs to grab that record for himself!
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    What I also remember about Bratrum is that he had a strong arm...and coukld throw the ball farther than Bledsoe. A great guy...too bad he could not stick around when the pats got even better..and won the Lombardis.
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    I wouldn't be surprised. :)

    Indeed, since he should already have it (that pass last year missed him, not the other way 'round).
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    #95 Jersey

    True, supposedly a real class act. He hurt his neck last November vs Indy with a herniated disc and some bone fragments impinging on the spinal cord. At the time, they announced that his career was over. I guess this just made it official.....
    Last edited: Jun 19, 2007
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    Wow, I remember I had an arguement with some other people over the fact that Marc Bulger could be league MVP. I said Bulger in a million years would never become anything close to a league MVP. Then, one Rams fan said anyone could become a league MVP if he tried. So I responded, "right, so Kevin Faulk, or Mike Bartrum could become a league MVP right?"

    Lol, good times.

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