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Kyle Love & Brandon Deaderick: The Real Reasons For Their Release

First let us look at the numbers:Dwayne Cherrington - 6'2", 345-pound  rookie2013       $405,000                               2014       $495,000               2015       $585,000               Armond Armstead - 6'5", 300 pounds2013:     $405,000, fully guaranteed2014     $495...
Via Football Nation
May 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Breaking down why Patriots released DL Myron Pryor

When the New England Patriots released former 2009 6th round draft pick DL Myron Pryor on Thursday, it reinforces the idea that the 09 Patriots draft class was one to forget. Pryor, was selected 207th overall that year out of Kentucky and hasn't been able to stay on the field consistently enough for over the past year and a half. He missed the entire 2012 season after suffered...
Via CLNS Radio
April 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Patriots Release Defensive Tackle Myron Pryor, Leaving just Two Players Left From 2009 Draft

It’s official. The Patriots’ 2009 draft was a bust. The Patriots released defensive tackle Myron Pryor on Thursday, according to Tom E Curran of CSNNE.com, leaving just two remaining member of that 2009 draft class on the Patriots’ roster. Pryor was a sixth-round pick out of Kentucky, who made a strong impression as a depth option on the Patriots’ defensive line during his...
Via NESN.com
April 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Ron Brace could be done for the Patriots

Once a 2nd round pick in 2009, Ron Brace is now on the roster bubble for the Patriots. A 330 pound defensive tackle, Brace has just 35 tackles, 3 for loss, and 1 forced fumble in 3 seasons and could be behind Vince Wilfork, Kyle Love, Brandon Deaderick, Myron Pryor, and Gerard Warren on the depth chart at defensive tackle. He’s facing an uphill battle to stay on the roster. He...
Via The Football Fan Spot
May 24, 2012  |  Discuss

Marcus Forston NFL Draft Analysis - 2010 Season (by...

Marcus Forston NFL Draft Analysis - 2010 Season (by TMBDraft) Interesting analysis of Patriots rookie free agent Marcus Forston. We’ve talked about it ad nauseum but the need for true interior rushers is one of the most under-mentioned needs for the Pats. Forston clearly has the ability to get off the snap quickly. He should give Myron Pryor and Jonathan Fanene some competition.
Via Pats Propaganda
May 13, 2012  |  Discuss

The Newest Patriot - Jonathan Fanene - DL (by...

The Newest Patriot - Jonathan Fanene - DL (by PatriotsRazorDotCom) Wow I sure do like the looks of this guy! Without Myron Pryor and Mike Wright last year the Pats lacked any real interior pass rush threat and it looks like Fanene will give them some of that presence back.
Via Pats Propaganda
March 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Wilfork feels good about his season

Fourteen weeks into the season, training camp seems long ago. Back then, as the Patriots acquired defensive linemen, it was easy to envision a tackle rotation of Vince Wilfork , Albert Haynesworth , Mike Wright , Kyle Love , and Myron Pryor .
Via Boston.com
December 09, 2011  |  Discuss
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