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Per WEEI: Troy Brown turned down offer from the Jets

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  1. Mogamedogz

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    #80 Jersey

    Felger just said on the mid-day show that Troy is definitely retiring AND that he actually turned down an offer from the Jets to play this season, cementing his legacy as the ultimate Patriot forever.


    I :HEART: #80


    ETA: he also hinted that troy may have a deal in place to join the Comcast team.
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  2. JoePats

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    Nice...

    Congrats Troy on a great career!

    Hopefully they have a ceremony soon, maybe the MNF Denver game.
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    Yeah, I just heard that, also. Just another reason to admire him (Troy, not Felger!).
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    Mike Reiss spoke to Troy today and he said he's not ready to retire yet and there is still a chance he might play...

    Felger just wants you all to tune in to Mohegan Sun Sports tonight <ca-ching>.
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    Sounds like Troy might be on the same team as Seau.
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    Unfinished business
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    Troy turned away JETS money. A life lesson here. Memo to self Turn down that job offer from Al Quaeda
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    those dirty rats trying to snag one of our all time greatest players
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    Good for you Troy! Resist the lure of dirty gangrene money!
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    You hear about players signing with another team late in their careers "for the love of the game". (Seems like that just happened recently, hmmm, can't seem to remember now...:rolleyes:) I would think that for players like Seau and Brown, after experiencing the Pats approach to playing team football, "the game" takes on a whole new meaning, and it would have to be pretty darn hard to love another team's way of doing it. I'm sure Troy came to that.

    A bona fide majorly contributing 3-way player (Off., Def., ST), has the league seen anyone else his equal in that regards in the past 30 years? About the closest to that I can think of would be Deion Sanders, but I wouldn't call him a regular offensive contributor, and never a major factor on offense.

    Definitely one the greatest Patriots...and team football players...ever. Perhaps his comparative stats may not support that claim, but he is the true epitome of a team football player.
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    reason number 1,237 to retire this mans number.
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    I cannot fathom Robert Kraft not doing it once he is officially-finally-no turning back retired.
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    Definitely one of my favorite Patriot players ever.

    High character, work ethic, and absolutely money on 3rd down.
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    Is Ted Johnson the last guy who played his entire career with the Pats? Good to see that Troy felt the same loyalty to the team that the fans do. I hope him and Bruschi both retire as Patriots.
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    The NFL is actively discouraging teams from retiring numbers except in obvious cases (e.g., a few years from now, 12).

    Given that fact, I think a fitting alternative would be immediate inclusion in the Pats' HoF.
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    I don't ever want to see other patriots players wearing 80, 54 nor 12!
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    #12 Jersey

    Don't care what the NFL thinks- I hope 80 gets retired.
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    If the Krafts let this man retire quietly, I'm gonna be PISSED. He deserves a great send-off. And I have complete confidence that the Krafts realize the fans love for this man and will do the right thing.
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    All the more reason to do it, not that additional justification is necessary.
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