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According to Shalise Manza Young of the Boston Globe, former Indianapolis Colts tight end Dallas Clark visited the New England Patriots on Tuesday.
Clark recently visited the Kansas City Chiefs as well. Some people question whether or not he can still play after fighting through multiple injuries over the past few seasons.
If Clark signs with the Patriots, he’d certainly have a limited role with both Aaron Hernandez and Rob Gronkowski starting.
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The Colts have cut TE Brody Eldridge, a 2010 fifth round draft choice. Eldridge was largely a blocking tight end, catching only 14 receptions for 84 yards in 27 games. Nevertheless, it seemed like his role as a depth blocking tight end was fairly assured during the 2012 season.
Eldridge was replaced by QB David Legree, a free agent quarterback out of Hampton University.
Now that New England’s rookie mini-camp has wrapped up, it’s high time we put together the roster for 2012.
(Is it really high time? No, not at all. But with all these players in Foxboro, the temptation proved too much.)
Quarterback: Tom Brady, Brian Hoyer, Ryan Mallett.
Notable Omission: None.
Yes, it takes a pair the size of duffle bags to pencil in Brady as starter...
The Indianapolis Colts have cut tight end Brody Eldridge and brought in another quarterback.
Eldridge played two seasons in Indy after the Colts took him in the fifth round of the 2010 draft. In 27 games, he caught 14 passes for 84 yards but was primarily a blocker.
Indy took two tight ends in April -- Stanford's Coby Fleener in the second round and Clemson's Dwayne Allen...
QB Andrew Luck (Indianapolis)
Like Robert Griffin, Andrew Luck should be a solid QB1 with upside as a rookie. I expect him to have better passing numbers than either Newton or Griffin, but he won’t match either of their rushing numbers, which is why Griffin has the advantage over Luck in fantasy, at least for this year.
Projection: 4000 passing yards, 23 passing touchdowns, 14...
Wes Welker recently stated that since he signed his franchise tender things have only gotten worse with his contract negotiations with the New England Patriots. He claims that they have actually offered him less money then their original offer since signing the tender.
According to Shalise Manza Young of the Boston Globe, the Patriots aren’t too happy about the...
New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker has come out and said that since he signed his franchise tender, contract talks between his representatives and the Patriots have only gotten worse.
“There have been talks, but nothing that’s brightened anything at all,” Welker said. “It’s actually gotten worse.”
Welker admitted that he went against the advice...
One would’ve never thought the day would come that Wes Welker’s relationship with the Patriots was so strained that he could possibly be on his way out of New England.
Yes, there are contract issues, but that’s pretty normal in the world of professional sports. The athlete thinks he’s worth one thing and the team thinks he’s worth another. That’s just the way it works...
New England Patriots WR Wes Welker was unhappy this Spring when the franchise slapped the franchise tag on him. Welker eventually succumbed to the tag and signed his tender offer this week. Now, Welker is unhappy with the club once again over the current state of contract talks with the Patriots.
Welker, speaking on the current status of his contract talks with the club, told the...
Nate Dunlevy offers up four candidates for the best season by a wide receiver in the AFC South. I know you're all aching to vote for Andre Johnson but you may want to consider the credentials of a certain Tastykake-loving wideout:
How good was Marvin Harrison in 2002? So good that I can't even consider Reggie Wayne's 2007 masterpiece as the Indianapolis nominee.
Rob Gronkowski takes Troy Polamalu for a ride during a Oct. 2011 Patriots-Steelers game.
GALLERY: The Fabulous Life of Rob Gronkowski | Classic Steelers Photos
Former New England Patriots linebacker talks about what he has in common with Junior Seau, and the former NFL great's passing.
Time to get back in the blogging saddle with some Best of 2011 Tom Brady highlights. (by SuperNHLVideo)
To be the subject of this tribute song. Kind of catchy, no?