Found March 15, 2013 on Patriots Life:
Keep in mind, this isn't a report. It's speculation on Schefter's part, but Schefter's speculation is always informed. Of course. RT @var78: Hey mr schefter any news Aqib Talib yet? ... When all is said and done, whenever that is, I believe he returns to New England. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 15, 2013 This would be awesome. As much as I hate moving on from Wes Welker, I'm liking everything else. Some are getting impatient with the Patriots not doing much in free agency so far, which is understandable of course. Then again, it's also not since there's only been two days so far. The Patriots have three veterans in for a visit, and I wouldn't expect them to want any of them to leave. Aqib Talib was huge for the Patriots secondary last year. Signing him and adding another veteran (please be Brent Grimes, please be Brent Grimes, please be Brent Grimes) would all be moves that would significantly alter the defense for the better. Today co...
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