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Best news of the off-season.
Great news!! Like to see Adams sign as well.
Thank god, I am still reeling about Big Sey. oh and I believe Titus is out of PS eligibility btw.
That is a shame, although maybe he could be signed to the active roster if he clears. I wonder if he would have been kept had the Seymour trade gone down a day sooner, (or if htey still would have kept 17 guards.....
Good to see this. I like Nunn.
This is great news; I really liked Nunn's talents and wasn't sure he'd make it to the PS. Is it attributed to anyone? I haven't seen it anywhere else.
Reiss' blog says the Globe has confirmed it.
THAT is GREAT news!! Whiever said they were crossing their nuts...Well IT WORKED!!!! Given how he played..and that two teams were interested THIS is really big!! GREAT news!!
Mac's adds CB DeAngelo Willingham.
Evidently the Pats put a waiver claim in on Willingham last week, but lost out to the Cowboys. They got their man this time.
per Pro Football Talk
Cowboys beat Pats to DeAngelo Willingham
Posted by Mike Florio on August 31, 2009 7:08 PM ET
Lost in a day involving a flurry of cuts and waivers and other roster moves is that the Patriots tried unsuccessfully to get their hands on defensive back DeAngelo Willingham.
Per a league source, the Patriots made a waiver claim for Willingham, who was dumped recently by the Bucs.
But the Cowboys made a claim, too.
And since they had priority, the Cowboys got him, as previously reported by Todd Archer of the Dallas Morning News.
Willingham, who played college football at Tennessee, had been signed by the Buccaneers as an undrafted free agent.
Now we just wait for a WR opening to come up on this team...
i'll bet they paid Nunn above the PS minimum,like they did with Yates a couple of yrs,back.
WR Isaiah Stanback to sign w/Patriots PS squad to play QB.
from Chris Price via twitter
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