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    PatsFans.com Article In the Starting Line-Up

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    Ian's Daily Blog - Ian Rappaport of the Boston Herald reported on Tuesday that Junior Seau has officially re-signed with the team. While the deal has reportedly*been coming for*a while Seau, 40, has finally officially signed a contract*which*was first announced by Versus, the TV station that was airing Seau’s reality show. “I’m very fortunate and honored to be involved with two [...]

     
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    betterthanthealternative In the Starting Line-Up

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    Can he play WR or RB?
     
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    Or offensive tackle?
     
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    LiveShot Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Tis a strange way to make the team younger and faster.
     
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    BostonBullit On the Game Day Roster

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    younger and faster is good.

    younger and faster with no direction is bad.

    As long as he still has the wheels to back his instincts I welcome Jr back. Give him a limited role so we keep developing the younger faster guys but gain his leadership. sounds good to me.

    wonder what digits he's gonna wear though :confused:
     
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    Snarf Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Exactly what this team needs... some old school toughness.

    Welcome back, Seau! Hope we can get you a ring...
     
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    edelmansarmy Rookie

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    Excellent. This guy is a warrior. Love having him on the team, no matter how many snaps he plays. His locker room and practice contributions alone will make this team better, IMHO. That's a hell of a player/coach to have.
     
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    D-cleater Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    # 55. Burgess does not deserve to wear it
     
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    Glad he is back... excellent "bridge" player for our younger LB's... if we 15-20 good snaps a game it is great for our team.
     
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    Big question is who goes?

    Easy to say Galloway but i don't think it will be as we still carry the cap salary
     
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    olschool Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Seau in the middle will allow Guyton, one of the fastest LB's in the league, to play on the outside , his natural position. Instant pass rush.

    They could cut both Burgess and Galloway as far as I'm concerned, but chances are Light will be going on IR. He was seen on crutches today.
     
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