Armstead Unlikely To Play

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    Re: Armstead Unlikely To Play

    In response to 49Patriots' comment:

     

    Once Vareen was healthy, he took the majority of Woodhead's snap counts.



    Vereen was always higher than Woodhead on the depth chart, but Vereen couldn't stay healthy. They brought in Washington to become Vereens backup because they knew there was a risk Vereen wouldn't stay healthy so it was a Washington for Woodhead swap and they were gambling Vereen would be healthy to the point where the backup wouldn't need to make an impact. Well they lost that gamble

     
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    Re: Armstead Unlikely To Play

    From today's Herald: I wanted to see what both could do.  Things could change but it doesn't look good right now.

     

    ....Defensive lineman Armond Armstead (non-football illness list, infection) and wide receiver Mark Harrison (non-football injury list, broken foot) were not present. The deadline for the players to begin practicing is this week or they will be officially out for the remainder of the season.

    There is no optimism around the team that either player will be ready to go.

    - See more at: http://bostonherald.com/sports/patriots_nfl/new_england_patriots/2013/11/ed_reed_up_for_grabs_on_waivers#sthash.jNDvbEnZ.dpuf

     
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    Re: Armstead Unlikely To Play

    myI my beef with BB this offseason was restructuring Brady and not getting more then kelly for DT.  I don't count a Canadian player with a known medical condition.  IMO when BB drafts D linemen he kills it. I'd be happy to use picks 1,2,3,4 on d line or o line and use 5-7 on fliers and get the rest in FA 

    we need d line and soon enough o line.  

     
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