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Patriots Place Seau On IR

Junior Seau was lured back to the NFL by Bill Belichick after a brief retirement. But the 12-time Pro Bowl linebacker didn't make it to December.

The Patriots on Monday placed Seau on injured reserve, ending his season.

Via Yahoo.com

Pats' Seau Leaves Game In Second Quarter

Patriots linebacker Junior Seau, who came out of retirement for one last run at a Super Bowl, left Sunday's game against the Bears with an injury to his right arm and was not expected to return.

Via AP

Belichick Says Vinny Is Just The Emergency QB

Bill Belichick, head coach of the New England Patriots, was a little sensitive this week when asked whether he expected Vinny Testaverde to come in and compete with second-year man Matt Cassel for the backup quarterback job. "I'm not saying that," he said. "I didn't say it and don't even start that. He's an emergency quarterback. He's the third quarterback. He'll be inactive for every game as the third quarterback unless something happens to the other two guys. I don't know how I could possibly be any clearer than that. I don't think there's any need to ask that question six more times to get the same answer either. He's the third quarterback."

Via Philadelphia Daily News

Vinny And The Pats

The Patriots have made three roster moves today, signing quarterback Vinny Testaverde and offensive lineman Gene Mruczkowski, and placing rookie tight end Garrett Mills on injured reserve.

Testaverde, who turned 43 on Nov. 13, adds a third quarterback to the roster. The Patriots also have Tom Brady and Matt Cassel.

Via Boston Globe

Seymour Not Happy With Limited Role Versus Jets

Richard Seymour, defensive lineman for the Patriots, had his playing time limited in Sunday's game, and hinted that it wasn't his choice.

"I just go when my number is called. I don't say when I go in and come out," Seymour said. "We have coaches who tell us some of those rotations. We leave it up to them. Obviously, you don't always agree with everything that goes on, but you respect it. But you definitely don't have to agree with everything."

Via Boston Globe

Patriots Nov 2006 Archive

  • Dillon Says He's Not Unahppy With Role

    Corey Dillon has a message for anyone who thinks he?s unhappy with his role in the Patriots offense.

  • Patriots Not Making Any Predictions On Harrison's Return

    The Patriots yesterday officially declared safety Rodney Harrison out for Sunday's game against the Jets.

  • Harrison Has Broken Shoulder Blade

    Rodney Harrison broke his right shoulder blade against the Indianapolis Colts Sunday night and will be sidelined indefinitely.

  • Colts Remain Unbeaten (8-0)

    QB Peyton Manning got help from his defense as the Colts remained the NFL's only unbeaten team, defeating the Patriots 27-20 on Sunday night.

  • Colts-Patriots Highlight NFL Week Nine

    Adam Vinatieri will steal some of the spotlight from Pro Bowl quarterbacks Peyton Manning and Tom Brady when the Indianapolis Colts meet the New England Patriots on Sunday.

  • Vinatieri Ready For Patriot Fans

    Adam Vinatieri is ready for anything he could encounter Sunday night in New England, cheers, jeers, chants and taunts, even a last-second kick.