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Raises for PSers Darryl Richard, Ryan Wendell

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  1. ctpatsfan77

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    This is a good move. Belichick is populating the 80 man 2010 roster. This way neither will be tempted as much by an offer from another team before the season ends.

     
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    For all we know, they may already have gotten an offer from someone.
     
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    I for one like seeing hard working guys like these get some more significant dollars.
     
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    Generally this is the case...
     
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    I could see Richard as a rotation player next year with Seymour gone and Jarvis potentially moving on. He is a nice 2-gapper that ate up the run at GT but didn't have much in the way of pass rush moves. If he has improved his functional strength, I will be interested in seeing his progress in training camp next year.
     
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    Can another team make a offer to a PS player? Is this common practice and can they move on to another team if they wanted?
     
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    Two of the big fella's are nicked and Nick is dinged, sounds like active players in Buffalo?
     
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    Yes, a team can make an offer as long they are willing to out the player of the 53 man roster for at least three games. The original team has no rights whatsoever.

     
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    Not the first time the Patriots have raised the salaries of their practice squad players...last time didn't they give Yates decent money while he was on the practice squad before stinking up the roster?
     
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    Correct...
     
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    And there have been other players that got partial raises (i.e., more than the minimum, but not the full rookie salary), although names escape me at the moment.
     
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