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Yes, really. The New England Patriots have "displayed a desire" to keep cornerback Kyle Arrington on the team, according to the Boston Herald. Arrington will become an unrestricted free agent if the Patriots don't extend his contract, and Arrington has stated he wants to stay too (through his agent Sean Stellato).
“Our goal is to keep Kyle here through his time,” Stellato said. “Kyle feels comfortable here. He is proud to be part of a high-profile organization with so much prestige and winning football games. His market value is what it is for a reason. He led the league in interceptions last season." Well, it sounds like Arrington's people didn't watch him in this season. And they'll be looking to use his 7 INT season to drive up the price.
“In regard to staying in New England, we’re going to do everything to make it happen, but the ball is in their court. We want to make sure he is treated fairly. We want him to stay here, retire here and make this h...
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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was fined $10,000
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game, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com.
The league fined Brady $10,000 for the slide, a source
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