Well, somebody had to do it. Can anyone make a plausible argument of he makes the team? In another thread I said they might PUP him, giving him a chance to slip in if some of the other WRs didn't pan out. I'm revising my opinion. As much as I love Troy Brown as a Patriot player, I just don't see how he makes this team. Why? 1) Moss, Stallworth, and Welker are virtual locks to make the team. 2) Caldwell and Gaffney are better WRs than Troy Brown at this point in his career. That makes 5 WRs ahead of Brown. 3) Washington would likely be the 6th WR if the Patriots choose to even keep that many on the roster. 4) Even if Washington busts, you still have Chad Jackson. He is about as health as Brown (ie, not very). They will probably heal up at about the same time. Who are you going to keep? Troy Brown for what would definitely be his last season or Chad Jackson, a first round draft pick with lots of potential? The choice is obvious. Sorry Troy. You deserve to be inducted in the Patriots Hall of Fame, but you don't deserve to make the roster. Face it guys, Brown is done as a Patriots player.