Tampa says they're keeping O.J. Howard, so they're probably trading him in the next hour; maybe to BB to switch #45 for #37.
That would give Tampa their choice of RB; Breer says they want Akers or Taylor, so they probably would take Swift.
Bedard has a nice article on the receivers going over the interception (Harry), the Orlovsky play (Dorsett), and the third down play where Meyers quit on his route leading to Brady's throwing his helmet and expostulating--all to show why Tom's so frustrated with them all.
It's behind his...
So Curran is saying on air that the dealbreaker is that Rosenhaus wasn't straight with the Pats about potential problems. I'm surprised. Or do the Pats need to put this out? Interesting the problem is not being put on AB. He seems to be getting a little smarter about legal advice, hiring what...
It's silly to make a controversy out of TB12's opinion--he's properly focused solely on football.
I don't think Kraft had much choice. While AB was impressively disciplined at Gillette--and BB correctly forecast he could control him there-- he demonstrated that he continued to be out of control...
So Ryan Ursillo says BB did a quick and dirty deal with Rosenhaus heavy on guarantees and light on protections for the team--if upstairs is leaking this, BB could be extra testy, if that could be detectable.
So the bottom line is if BB leaves Harry on IR, he is gambling no receiver goes down during the last eight games plus playoffs, and nobody here wants to take that chance. So Develin is the odd man out.
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