We take a break from the mind-blowing experience of walking around the Holocaust Museum in Washington DC to bring you… More transactions. And actually, four have now been made official.
The latest was only a mild surprise. The Patriots released DB Sterling Moore, who started three games in place of Patrick Chung. Taking his spot on the roster is seventh round draft pick Malcolm Williams, who should lend specials teams help.
Figure this means Patrick Chung is back and Moore would’ve been a backup. And if that is the case, why not have a better special teamer? I do wonder if Moore is back this week, though. Either way, incredible that he’s gone from practice squad to starter to backup to cut in a month. Weird business.
In addition, the team made official two previously reported moves. They placed DE Jermaine Cunningham on Injured Reserve with a hamstring injury and re-signed DE Eric Moore. But you knew that.
Ok, back to the museum…