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He was just signed to a one year deal.  I thought he might have been an impactful player for them.  He was reportedly taking a month away for personal reasons.  He's still only 26.

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Interesting given Ben Watson's early season absence. 

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2 minutes ago, Rsherman28 said:

Herndon / ASJ / Weso 

NEAL STERLING 

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He knows Watson can play within their offense and probably didn't think ASJ would work out. It didn't last long. 

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4 minutes ago, Greenseed4 said:

Interesting given Ben Watson's early season absence. 

My thoughts exactly. This is surprising to me.  ASJ is a good player but there has to be more to the situation. Maybe they already know the Gronk retirement is almost over. 

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2 minutes ago, joewilly12 said:

NEAL STERLING 

Dude has like 3 concussions in 2 years 

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5 minutes ago, joewilly12 said:

NE and BB harbors no JAG'S 

They also have little time for players dealing with injuries, he has had some bad luck with injuries since leaving the Jets. Both stops in Jacksonville and New England were cut short. 

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20 minutes ago, Greenseed4 said:

He's taking time away for "personal reasons." 

 

read: he's drinking again. 

Most likely.  I hope this guy gets his life together.

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33 minutes ago, rayzor said:

He was just signed to a one year deal.  I thought he might have been an impactful player for them.  He was reportedly taking a month away for personal reasons.  He's still only 26.

he is a drinking man.  he might be back in treatment

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27 minutes ago, Greenseed4 said:

He's taking time away for "personal reasons." 

 

read: he's drinking again. 

Unfortunatelly, that is the way I read this too.  If that is the casse, hopefully he can get himself right befoe worrying about his football future.

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27 minutes ago, Rsherman28 said:

Dude has like 3 concussions in 2 years 

too bad. he gets open

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Just for Farts & Giggles .........I found this while reading an article on ASJ and Ben Watson.

Is Lil' Bill able to fire himself? Almost as bad as MacDaddy!

The 13 worst draft picks under Bill Belichick

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By: Henry McKenna | April 25, 2019 12:25 pm ET

Bill Belichick is known for doing just about everything right when it comes to the NFL. But even the New England Patriots coach and general manager can’t hit on every draft selection he’s every made. The nature of the draft is that it produces busts just as often as it produces pleasant surprises.

And while Belichick has had his fair share of pleasant surprises, here’s a look at some of the draft prospects who have not panned out under Belichick’s tenure as coach of the Patriots.

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13. Laurence Maroney, RB, Minnesota
First round, 21st overall, 2006

 

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12. Cyrus Jones, CB, Alabama
Second round, 60th overall, 2016

 

 

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11. Taylor Price, WR, Ohio
Third round, 90th overall, 2010

 

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10. Jake Bequette, DE, Arkansas
Third round, 90th overall, 2012

 

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9. Kevin O'Connell, QB, San Diego State
Third round, 94th overall, 2008

 

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8. Aaron Dobson, WR, Marshall
Second round, 59th overall, 2013

 

 

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7. Jermaine Cunningham, DE, Florida
Second round, 53rd overall, 2010

 

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6. Marquise Hill, DE, LSU
Second round, 63rd overall, 2004

 

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5. Terrence Wheatley, CB, Colorado
Second round, 62nd overall, 2008

 

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4. Ron Brace, DL, Boston College
Second round, 40th overall, 2009

 

 

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3. Dominique Easley, DE, Florida
First round, 29th overall, 2014

 

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2. Ras-I Dowling, CB, Virginia
Third round, 33rd overall, 2011

 

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1. Chad Jackson, WR, Florida
Second round, 36th overall, 2006

 

 

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Remember when folks were losing their sh*t when Belli signed him and suggested he was going to be an All Pro?

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He didn't want to play with a

dusty old uterus QB either 

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22 minutes ago, Peace Frog said:

Remember when folks were losing their sh*t when Belli signed him and suggested he was going to be an All Pro?

Same thing they did with LaMont Jordan, Victor Hobson, Chris Baker, etc.

There always seems to be a portion of the fanbase who thinks every castoff from the Jets is suddenly going to tear the league a new a$$hole once they join New England.

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9 minutes ago, Untouchable said:

Same thing they did with LaMont Jordan, Victor Hobson, Chris Baker, etc.

There always seems to be a portion of the fanbase who thinks every castoff from the Jets is suddenly going to tear the league a new a$$hole once they join New England.

Josh Gordon lol

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He needs to change his name to Austin Nefarious-Jenkins. 

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2 hours ago, Rsherman28 said:

Dude has like 3 concussions in 2 years 

Neal Sterlings concussions occurred in 1 season 2018 Todd Bowles had him on the kickoff team not a place your starting TE at the time should have been. Hopefully he can recover and help this team. The kid has talent. 

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1 hour ago, 32EBoozer said:

Just for Farts & Giggles .........I found this while reading an article on ASJ and Ben Watson.

Is Lil' Bill able to fire himself? Almost as bad as MacDaddy!

They still managed to overcome and win multiple Super Bowls . 

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Truth be told, Bellichick sucks at drafting. He pulled Brady out of his ass and he's had pleasant surprised along the way. His success is very much weighted by plenty of poor choices. Bellichick should NEVER be any teams choice as GM. Baltimore, on the other hand, that's a team that seemingly always drafts well. I'd like a GM that drafts as well as Ozzie Newsome and Erik Decosta. That's a blueprint for success.

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he's an absolute dog....    

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13 minutes ago, NYJ1 said:

Truth be told, Bellichick sucks at drafting. He pulled Brady out of his ass and he's had pleasant surprised along the way. His success is very much weighted by plenty of poor choices. Bellichick should NEVER be any teams choice as GM. Baltimore, on the other hand, that's a team that seemingly always drafts well. I'd like a GM that drafts as well as Ozzie Newsome and Erik Decosta. That's a blueprint for success.

He turned many JAG's into superstars look at Kyle Van Noy as an example.

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Here was the tweet from Rapoport - I wish him the best and hope he is ok (and not alcohol related). I was happy for his recovery a few years ago and wish it would have worked out here. 

 

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50 minutes ago, NYJ1 said:

Truth be told, Bellichick sucks at drafting. He pulled Brady out of his ass and he's had pleasant surprised along the way. His success is very much weighted by plenty of poor choices. Bellichick should NEVER be any teams choice as GM. Baltimore, on the other hand, that's a team that seemingly always drafts well. I'd like a GM that drafts as well as Ozzie Newsome and Erik Decosta. That's a blueprint for success.

Pioli drafted Brady

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36 minutes ago, joewilly12 said:

He turned many JAG's into superstars look at Kyle Van Noy as an example.

Superstar?  That’s a stretch.  He’s turned crap into functional on defense and Brady scores more points

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Just now, Philc1 said:

Superstar?  That’s a stretch.  He’s turned crap into functional on defense and Brady scores more points

Kyle Van Noy is one helluva LB 

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