Patriots Sign OL

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    Patriots Sign OL

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/05/13/tyronne-green-heading-to-new-england/

     
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    Re: Patriots Sign OL

    Looks like a solid depth signing.

     
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    He started most of last season.

     
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    In response to Tydog's comment:

    He started most of last season.



    Yeah, saw that.  Perhaps he'll compete with Connolly.

     
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    In response to Tydog's comment:

    He started most of last season.



    The Chargers were also the worst team in the entire NFL in rushing average and 4th worst giving up 49 sacks...

    .. at guard I like the look of Lane and McDonald the UDFA's the Pats signed, I'm not sure this guy makes it through camp unless he was the lone bright spot on an otherwise miserable unit but if that were the case he probably would have been starting and playing a lot sooner.

     
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    Oline problems usually have more to due with bad communication/coaching than physical abilities, especially with the interior guys. 

     
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    Re: Patriots Sign OL

    In response to wozzy's comment:

    In response to Tydog's comment:

     

    He started most of last season.

     



    The Chargers were also the worst team in the entire NFL in rushing average and 4th worst giving up 49 sacks...

     

    .. at guard I like the look of Lane and McDonald the UDFA's the Pats signed, I'm not sure this guy makes it through camp unless he was the lone bright spot on an otherwise miserable unit but if that were the case he probably would have been starting and playing a lot sooner.




    True, but you knew we had to sign at least one experienced guard/center because we didn't draft anyone and we lost one in free agency. Plus you know Mankins and Collins will get hurt for at least a few games - I don't feel comfy about an undrafted free agent coming in and not giving up a hit that will end Brady's career.

     

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