Patten back with Pats

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    Patten back with Pats

    The Lowell Sun

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    FOXBORO (AP) -- The New England Patriots have re-signed veteran wide receiver David Patten, a key offensive contributor in the early part of the last decade when the team won three Super Bowls.

    Patten played in 54 regular-season and six playoff games with the Patriots from 2001-2004. He caught a touchdown pass from Tom Brady in the 20-17 upset of the St. Louis Rams in the 2002 Super Bowl.

    Patten's 91-yard touchdown reception from Brady at Indianapolis on Oct. 21, 2001, remains the longest pass play in team history.

    After leaving New England, the 35-year-old played for Washington and New Orleans. He was out of football in 2009 after being released by the Cleveland Browns in training camp.

    http://www.lowellsun.com/football/ci_14468632

     

     
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    Re: Patten back with Pats

    This is an excellent opportunity for the Patriots to bring back a legitimate 3rd reciever, that had great chemistry with Brady.  Patton has always had good hands and versatility similar to Troy Brown.  I recall a game where he passed for a TD, caught a TD, and returned a punt for a TD. 
     
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    Re: Patten back with Pats

    old news there's already a thread about this
     
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    Re: Patten back with Pats

    i hope not.
     
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    Re: Patten back with Pats

    A no or low cost insurance move/ I'd be very surprised if he makes the team.

     

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