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Patriots waive two, now 4 under 90-man roster limit

The New England Patriots said goodbye to two injured players on Monday, waiving offensive lineman Kevin Hughes and defensive tackle Vince Taylor, per NESN. Hughes suffered a shoulder injury on Saturday and Taylor failed a physical. Hughes, 24, has a shot at returning to the team with a injured reserve designation if no team claims him by Tuesday.
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New England Patriots Waive Two, Have Four Open Spots On 90-Man Roster

The New England Patriots have four open spots on their 90-man roster as they prepare for their second week of training camp. The Patriots waived offensive lineman Kevin Hughes and defensive tackle Vince Taylor on Monday. Hughes was waived/injured, meaning he will revert to injured reserve if he’s not picked up by another team Tuesday. Hughes left Saturday’s practice early with...
Via NESN.com
16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Patriots Waive OT Kevin Hughes & DL Vince Taylor

The New England Patriots placed OT Kevin Hughes (injured) and DL Vince Taylor on waivers Monday, according to the NFL transactions release. Taylor was listed as having  failed physical for the team. Hughes, 26, originally signed with the St. Louis Rams as an undrafted free agent out of Southeastern Louisiana back in 2011. Since then, he’s played for the Chargers, Packers...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Patriots Training Camp Attendance: Tyler Gaffney Absent On Day 4

FOXBORO, Mass. — The training camp injuries slowly are piling up for the New England Patriots. Running back Tyler Gaffney and offensive lineman Kevin Hughes were newly absent for Day 4 of camp Sunday morning. Gaffney took a huge hit from defensive tackle Sealver Siliga but stayed in practice Saturday. Hughes walked off the field midway through Saturday’s session with what appeared...
Via NESN.com
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Patriots Position Roster Review: Offensive Tackle

On the New England Patriots, the offensive tackle position is massively important due to the fact that their job is protecting a Hall of Fame quarterback. In the most recent seasons the Patriots have had very good production from their offensive tackles, and that seems to be the trend heading into 2015. Here is my breakdown of the Patriots tackles going into this summer’s training...
Via Pro Football Spot
June 04, 2015  |  Discuss
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