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    Pats could get involved in chase for Ahmad Bradshaw


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    Wouldn't surprise me. The Pats would use the running game in a way he would be useful. Plus, with Vereen and Ridley there, it's not like he would have to shoulder the bulk of carries and get himself injured again. Going to the Pats would be a good career move...


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    Guess the Pats don't feel comfortable with Brandon Bolden returning healthy? Otherwise I have no clue why they'd be interested. Vereen, Ridley and Bolden are all capable of being productive starters for them.

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    i can see it but also would question it. they are 20th in 3rd/4th n short runs in ypc. bradshaw doesnt really help them there.

    i guess they're thinking they want a rb whose boss at protecting the qb?

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    and im sure bb appreciates abs run style. ive heard/read plenty of nfl players/coaches say bradshaw is pound for the pound the toughest player by far

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    and the problem is?
    Formerly Brandon Jacobs

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    Another Kevin Faulk. Would be a great pickup

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    As so many analysts are saying about the Tebow pickup, Belicheck likes to pick up veteran FA for cheap (often with no guaranteed money), and see what sticks in training camp...


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    Ahmad joining the evil empire.. Hmmmm
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