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  1. pats1

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    http://www.boston.com/sports/football/patriots/reiss_pieces/

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    Re: Britt re-signs

    Don't you mean:

    Britt resigns
  3. pats1

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    Re: Britt re-signs

    I adhere to Gomez's/Mike the Brit's rules on the usage of re-sign vs. resign. :D
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    Well thank god. We still have a pi$$ed off starting CB but at least we have a backup OT. :rocker:
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    Re: Britt re-signs

    Those who won't resign to the use of this format should resign....
    Last edited: Apr 5, 2007
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    Re: Britt re-signs


    The Queen's English.
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    Re: Britt re-signs

    There's no need to bring their personal lives into it.
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    Re: Britt re-signs

    re-signs is correct.......now,if only we could get people to use lose,instead of loose,I'd be content.

    ..........never mind
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    6'-8" 320lbs! Man that's a big dude...
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    Between him and O'Callaghan that's 13' 3" and 650 lbs. of beastliness.
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    I have no idea why I am comforted by this, but I am. GOing on 2 years now I have been waiting for this monster to play and have an impact. Looks like I'll get another year of suspense! :D
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    That makes my day! I hope we'll see more of him this coming year, blasting some holes for our RB's!!!
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    Right, and drafted in Round 5, I think, by SD. Hopefully he was raw when they cut him, but now he can master the game under the Patriots' watchful eye and play a key role for us.
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    No Jersey Selected

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/2005/draft/players/65577.html

    Britt's issue is less being raw, than being recovered from the leg injuries of the past. Had he not broken his leg during the Senior Bowl, he probably would have been drafted on Saturday. In fact, he was generally considered a better tackle prospect than Kaczur. His lateral quickness and ability in space were not his strong suits before the Senior Bowl; the question now is: has he retained enough to be an effective swing tackle for a SB contender?

    I'm glad that Britt is re-signed, and did not resign. But I will not resign myself to the prospect of Asante Samuel not re-signing.
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    :woohoo:

    ....
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    He fell to the fifth round becasue he broke a leg in his Senior year and it wasn't fully healed. The Pats put him on PS to train and gave hiim a red shirt year to heal. I think he has a lot of talent and a future.
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    Disable Jersey

    Brits posting on this Forum and now one playing on the team.
    Sounds like a conspiracy to me.
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    I second that.
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    And Britt re-signs the same week the Pats get out of the China Bowl. This conspiracy has legs. :eek: :eek: :eek:

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