- Nov 16, 2004
they also offered Humphreys more than the Titans got him for, although a bit too late. We also don’t need to rehash AB again.Albert Wilson signed a 3-year, $24 MM deal before last year. He would be the highest-paid WR on the Patriots. Which I think sums things up as much as anything. The Patriots have largely tried to shop in the bargain bin the last two offseasons at WR, largely with bargain bin results. You can argue that guys like Wilson are overpaid, but then you wind up trading a second-rounder for Mohamed Sanu anyway.
The Pats haven’t made good decisions that have worked at WR but it isn’t because they insist on shopping at Building #19