Buffalo Bills Waive Handful Of Players, Including Aaron Corp

The Buffalo Bills wasted absolutely no time in getting their offseason roster down to the required 90 by releasing quarterback Aaron Corp. Others included were kicker Chris Koepplin, tight end Joe Sawyer and offensive tackle Adam Grant. The post Buffalo Bills Waive Handful Of Players, Including Aaron Corp appeared first on FFLockerRoom | NFL - MLB News | Fantasy Sports Advice | Sports Talk.
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April 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Patriots cut Jonathan Fanene, two others

The New England Patriots have cut DL Jonathan Fanene, OL Kyle Hill and K Chris Koepplin.30 yr old Fanene was a bit of a surprise here at the FVP offices. He was given a three year deal with a $3.85m signing bonus. Reports on the interwebs have it that the veteran lineman may have an arthritic knee. It remains to be seen if the Pats go after the $$ due to a faulty physical or undisclosed...
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August 22, 2012  |  Discuss

Patriots Release Three

After the second game of the preseason, the New England Patriots announced the release of three players.  The team cut ties with DE Jonathan Fanene, OT Kyle Hix and K Chris Koepplin. Fanene, an 8-year veteran who signed as free agent in the off season, was a surprise.  The 30-year old signed a three year contract and got nearly a $4 million signing bonus only to develop a knee...
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August 21, 2012  |  Discuss

Koepplin Has The Leg To Compete

Former Umass product Chris Koepplin returns to Foxboro for his second stint with the Patriots. His signing, which fell well under the radar, could be a ticket to a starting job in the NFL if past history of Patriots camp kickers is an indication.
April 21, 2012  |  Discuss

Patriots sign Koepplin; Re-Sign Koppen; Love signs Tender

The New England Patriots signed free agent place kicker Chris Koepplin.  Koepplin, a UMass product, was with the Patriots in training camp in 2011 and was among the final cuts.  He handled a bulk of the kick off duties in preseason games as Stephen Gostkowski worked his way back from a quad injury. He did not play in the NFL in 2011. The team also will be bringing back long time...
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April 19, 2012  |  1 Comment

Patriots bring back center Koppen

The New England Patriots have re-signed center Dan Koppen and signed first-year placekicker Chris Koepplin. The 32-year-old Koppen is a veteran of nine seasons with the Patriots, but missed all but the opening game of 2011 with a left knee injury. He has started 120 of 121 regular-season games and 14 postseason games and has been a steady blocker for Tom Brady since joining the...
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April 16, 2012  |  Discuss

Patriots Announce Signings of Dan Koppen, Chris Koepplin

The Patriots officially announced the signings of center Dan Koppen and kicker Chris Koepplin on Monday after each player reportedly reached an agreement with the team last week. Koppen will be back with the Patriots for his 10th season, but he'll be competing for his starting job for the first time in a while. Last month, the Patriots gave Dan Connolly a three-year that could...
April 16, 2012  |  Discuss
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