http://patriots.bostonherald.com/patriots/view.bg?articleid=155591 This is the closing paragraph in his Deion story. I give Thomase credit for being able to ferret out some breaking news items, but as many have noted, he suffers badly from two afflictions, a Sox coverage hangover and the legendary Boston dump-on-the-home-team-itis. Point: Jackson is injured. Point: Injured players do not work with the rest of the team, they work with the trainers and attend meetings. Point: Football is played on the field and requires repetitions to properly develop your timing and learn your position. The entire article reeks of "dump-on-the-home-team," and this shot at Jackson is classic. If the kid had practiced with the team it might be a valid consideration, but if your working with the trainers your not running a lot of routes. I have my own doubts about Mr. Jackson based on a very limited data set, but I'm darned if I think this was good reporting. For shame Mr. Thomase, I have seen you do better and require it of my regular reads. Please reconsider why "rumblings" about a player who hasn't been able to practice are valid. A report that he might be pulling a TO on his rehab is one thing, this report has no sense of balance and is a cheap shot at a rookie in a difficult situation. Join us here and take your cheap shots, please don't put them in your stories. It's Ron Borges, I already know what is coming out of your mouth, just flush it and we'll all feel better.