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Pats To Bring McFadden In For Talk

The Patriots are planning to bring running back Darren McFadden in for a talk before the 2008 NFL Draft, according to the Boston Globe.

New England has the seventh overall selection in the draft, with RealGM's NFL insider Jeff Risdon listing McFadden as the fourth selection in the Draft.

Via The Boston Globe

Patriots: Brady's Ankle Is Fine

Hobbled by an ankle sprain towards the end of New England's playoff run, Tom Brady checked out fine recently, according to the Boston Herald.

A league source leaked the information to the Herald, and Brady isn't expected to be limited at all during the team's offseason workout programs or minicamps.

Via The Boston Herald

Ankle Surgery Slows New England's Watson

Patriots' tight end Benjamin Watson underwent left ankle surgery a few weeks ago, according to a report in the Boston Herald.

The procedure revealed both cartilage damage and scar tissue. Both Watson and the Patriots refused to comment on the surgery.

"I can?t talk about it," Watson said. "You?ll have to ask Coach (Bill) Belichick."

Via The Boston Herald

Source: Pats Not Interested In Pacman

The New England Patriots are not interested in cornerback Pacman Jones, according to sources close to the Boston Globe.

Pacman's agent said last week that the former Titan was interested in joining the Patriots, and some took that as mutual interest. League sources indicate that this is not true.

Via The Boston Globe

Cowboys And Titans Talk Pacman Trade

According to a source, the Cowboys and Titans are having trade talks surrounding Pacman Jones.

Manubir Arora, Jones' agent, says the Patriots and Lions are also interested in his client.

Asked Jones' preference of a future team, Arora said, "Every kid grows up wanting to play for the Dallas Cowboys."

"We want to go to an established team with good infrastructure and leadership," Arora told Werder. "Both the Cowboys and Patriots have veteran coaches who have been through these kinds of things before, good player liaisons and mentoring, and if you have those things and a winning program, then I think all these problems go away.

"All of Adam's issues have been offseason issues, not team issues."


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