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ending injured reserve if the Patriots were interested in clearing out a roster spot. (That happened last year with Will Allen , Josh Barrett and Spencer Larsen.) Meanwhile, New England still has the option of placing Armstead on the PUP
the team going forward, as well as a thumbnail sketch about their respective situations and their chances of returning: Will Allen : The veteran defensive back didn’t play a lick for the Patriots this past season -- he was placed on season
linebacker (Tarpinian) or a defensive end (Cunningham or Francis). If they go that route, expect it to be either Will Allen or Marquice Cole, the latter of whom brings special teams value. Safeties (5): Pat Chung , Steve Gregory, James Ihedigbo
figure to be the leaders at the position, at least at the start of the season. Cole currently holds a slight edge over Will Allen -- primarily because of what he brings to the table on special teams -- but if they end up keeping six corners, Allen
six cornerbacks, tops -- Dennard will have to battle other corners/special teamers like Marquice Cole and perhaps Will Allen for that final spot. While Cole and Allen have been competing on the field throughout camp, Dennard has been sidelined
It’s like we’ve all been playing together a while now,” he added. “A guy like Steve [Gregory] and Will [ Allen ], who have played a lot of years in this league, I think it was kind of easier for them to just learn, and then
would give the Patriots three competitive corners and some good depth at the spot, with Sterling Moore (outside), Will Allen (in the slot) and possibly Marquice Cole among those who could mix in at corner as needed. One more thing: It
Stallworth, defensive back Ross Ventrone and defensive lineman Gerard Warren. In addition, they have placed defensive back Will Allen , safety Josh Barrett and fullback Spencer Larsen on injured reserve. They also put tight end Jake Ballard and defensive
running back Shane Vereen, linebacker Brandon Spikes, offensive linemen Nick McDonald and Matt Kopa, defensive back Will Allen and linebacker Tracy White. Patrick Chung led a group of Patriots players who were at practice but only in shorts and
quarterback Nick Foles. This is the type of pressure the Patriots have been yearning for. In turn, the secondary — namely Will Allen – was able to be aggressive. Even YouTube rugby legend Nate Ebner , who has had a few interceptions in camp lately, got
Koepplin field goal from short range. ROLL CALL Brandon Lloyd , Visanthe Shiancoe , Tony Fiammetta , Jamey Richard and Will Allen all missed their second practices of training camp on Thursday Others who did not practice on Thursday were Alfonzo
new faces in the secondary this season, both in the draft ( Tavon Wilson, Nate Ebner ) and in free agency (Gregory, Will Allen , Marquice Cole ). “It’s good to have a lot of guys out there, because better competition will only make the group better
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Mut and Merloni react to Doc Rivers' emotional return to Boston and they discuss the way he left the Celtics.
We debate the hit, and what Shawn Thornton deserves to get and will get for a suspension from the NHL when he faces his discipline hearing on Friday for his K/O hit of the Penguins Brooks Orpik.
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