A former teammate of Greg Hardy broke down the talented but troubled defensive end and indicated while his talent cannot be unquestioned, he can be “unmanageable” on occasion. Ben Hartsock, who played with Hardy on the Carolina Panthers for three seasons, spoke with ESPN 103.3 FM’s “Fitzsimmons and Friedo show Tuesday and analyzed his ex-teammate...Read More The post Ex...
The New England Patriots have released Ben Hartsock four days after signing the tight end. The 10-year veteran spent the past three seasons with the Carolina Panthers. He previously played for the Indianapolis Colts, Tennessee Titans, Atlanta Falcons and New York Jets. He has 31 catches for 312 yards and one touchdown in 131 games. Last season he played in 13 games with no receptions...
Via Associated Press
FOXBORO, Mass. — New England Patriots tight end Steve Maneri will be a busy man on Friday night. The Patriots released veteran tight end Ben Hartsock on Thursday, leaving Maneri as the only healthy tight end on the team’s 90-man roster. Rob Gronkowski has been limited in training camp as he recovers from a torn ACL, and D.J. Williams and Michael Hoomanawanui have been absent...
The Patriots announced the release of TE Ben Hartsock just four days after signing him to a contract. New England signed two other tight ends – Steve Maneri and Terrence Miller – earlier in the week, so it appears as though the Patriots would prefer to see they have to offer in the coming weeks and give Hartsock a chance to secure another opportunity. Hartsock, 34...
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