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    Sounds like Rosie thinks the Patriots need him more than he needs the job. He's probably right.
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    Well he already owns two successful UPS stores, so that is probably right
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    He's definitely got irons in a couple of non-football fires :(

    He didn't rule out playing in 09 but at the same time he's wisely got ducks in rows for sure.
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    Colvin would be our youngest linebacker next to Mayo (not counting free agents and Crable on the IR).

    Of course I hope the other young players work out, but Mayo's the only one I'd consider proven. That a 9 1/2 year gap.
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    I'd love to see Rosie back! Last year his appearance was so brief and with so many injuries it was hard to make a real good assessment,but if he's in shape and we get AD back, plus our rookies with experience, it's a GOOD thing:)

    Rosie always had some 'tude:cool3:
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    With so many ex-players struggling to find their way in a post-football world, it's great to see guys like Rosie (and Troy Brown's another) who have really prepared themselves for a long and happy life "outside." Long-term business plans, loving families, media ties to keep leveraging their football success...that's a recipe for a smooth transition.

    Then again, I guess the guys who manage that with football would probably have made out just fine in any walk of life.
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