Over the years exiting players have taken a lot of grief on the board especially going to a rival or trashing the organization on the way out. Rodney Harrison, Matt Light, Kevin Faulk and Troy Brown who ended all ended their careers here are in the HOF and Richard Seymour who is getting into the Pro-Football HOF isn't. Law and McGinist who are around the team a lot more are "Patriots again". I think there's still venom for AV going to the Colts, admittedly I was pissed for a few years after it happened. Welker has the double curse of the drops and going to play with Forehead. Lawyer starting out with that 31-0 shelling was certainly hated and the 31-0 payback was flipping awesome. But in time all things end. About the only players I still hold a grudge against even a little are Dion Lewis because what he said wasn't just against the franchise but his teammates. Then there is Nick Buoniconti who I'll get killed by the old timers but as a kid watching Inside the NFL I thought he was so smug and I've always considered him a Dolphin not a Patriot. Again for those who remember him as a Patriot we'll have to agree to disagree on him. It's more my hatred for all things Shula. I hated Len Dawson on this show as well as a side note. They were both just so smug to me. I admit it's a bit unfair that I forgive Mike Haynes for going to the hated Raiders and winning but I remember him playing and how good he was. But he's a bad as Morris or Csonka for me. Irving Fryer is the last one. Again he went to play for Shula and was so smug and then showed his real colors scamming people and getting 5 years. Butler, Milloy, Mankins, Seymour, AV, Welker....It's all good for what they did for the franchise.