What will our Wr look like???

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  1. Sean Pa Patriot

    Sean Pa Patriot Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

    #12 Jersey

    Deion Branch
    Bethal Johnson - Maybee
    Troy Brown - if he decides 1 more yr
    Bam Childress

    Does anyone have a list of WR , in FA that is available...
  2. Garbanza

    Garbanza In the Starting Line-Up

    Do any of you serioulsy think the Pats won't make a run at an WR? C'mon. Pats fans do not panic because they are smarter than most fans...(wink).

    That said:

    I DO NOT want Keyshawn Johnson is he is released. Old, slow possesion guy - sounds like Troy Brown (if he resigns) with more height and less heroic history. Nah....

    I DO WANT: Eric Moulds would be a FINE addition. Tall, runs good routes, physical, fast enough and HUNGRY. I like Hungry Vets.

    I DO WANT: Some sort of happy deal with GB for Jevon Walker. I think of him as a huge talent with some attitude issues that COULD be addressed succesfully in NE.
  3. Pats726

    Pats726 Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

    That above list also has to include....
    John Stone
    Rich Musinksi
    Zuriel Smith
    Michael McGrew as well
    (they are already signed....Smith and Musinski are in NFLE..) Don't know much about Stone except he was injured a lot..McGrew to me is a sleeper..from Al Groh's VA team..a bit of height..6'2"..who kows what he can do??) I think one has to look at the WRs that Brady has thrown to over the years...and the ONLY number one receiver first round was Terry Glenn...
    Troy, Patten, Branch, Givens...none number one picks..Maybe BB/SP believe that Brady doesn't need a great receiver..only good ones..to still eat up yardage. Patten was a UDFA and Givens was a 7th rounder..and who even heard of Branch??? I only mention this..to point out how it has been..and that the team MAY be able to get by on a vet like a Moulds..or a 2nd tier player stepping it up..and/or a 2nd 3rd rounder...

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