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Danny Amendola: age 36, hurt for part of last season in Houston, now on the market. Probably not much left in the tank but it appears he wants to keep playing. As I recall he was pissed at the Pats for not extending him after agreeing to restructures, so a curtain call here is highly unlikely for that and other reasons. You might say he was under-appreciated during his time as a Patriot. It'll be interesting to see if he signs somewhere or calls it a career.
 

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At his peak, he produced about as much as Meyers does for us now.

I'd sign him for a playoff run though.
 

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I prefer they continue to go with younger players who will grow in the system. Danny was great though.
 

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Amendola hates Belichick for making him take paycut after paycuit when he was here. I don’t see this happening.
 

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Amendola hates Belichick for making him take paycut after paycuit when he was here. I don’t see this happening.
This made me chuckle. DA hates BB because the HC made him take a pay cut. Sign or don’t sign, DA. It’s your choice, ultimately. Or should I organize a bottle drive in the village (or a bake sale) to help him pay the bills ?

DA might indeed hate BB. But the latter didn’t force anyone to sign anything.
 

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This made me chuckle. DA hates BB because the HC made him take a pay cut. Sign or don’t sign, DA. It’s your choice, ultimately. Or should I organize a bottle drive in the village (or a bake sale) to help him pay the bills ?

DA might indeed hate BB. But the latter didn’t force anyone to sign anything.

That's a good point. As it turns out, Danny spent five years in New England, the most he's had with any team (had four seasons with Rams). Then it was on to Miami, Detroit and Houston. So he's done pretty well for himself logging 13 seasons as an overachieving oft-injured journeyman. I loved the heady one-two punch of Amendola and Edelman, the stuff of Patriots lore.
 

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