Patriots Finalize Slater Contract; Sign Harrison

What has been reported and rumored for a few days now is official the New England Patriots have signed WR and special teams captain Matthew Slater to a new contract.  Terms have the deal have yet to be disclosed. Slater also played some safety for team this past season when the defense was decimated by injuries.  He played in all 16 games and was elected to the Pro Bowl for the...
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March 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Patriots re-sign WR Slater, sign DT Harrison

The New England Patriots have re-signed special teams captain Matthew Slater and signed defensive tackle Marcus Harrison. Slater, selected to his first Pro Bowl last season, also has played wide receiver and safety in his four seasons since being drafted by the Patriots in the fifth round out of UCLA in 2008. Last season, he had one reception for 46 yards, 10 defensive tackles and...
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March 15, 2012  |  Discuss
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