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    BB over ruled by Kraft. Pats decide not to sign Drew. Sign White instead

     
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    Smart move by Kraft. Especially for the 90th player.


    "Giggedy, Giggedy!"

     
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    Why would the perception be BB was over ruled by Kraft? Any facts to back that up or just your spin?

     
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    Why would the perception be BB was over ruled by Kraft? Any facts to back that up or just your spin?



    BB has final say on all personel decisions. Drew had a contract in hand. He was signed, sealed and delivered. There was a last minute change. BB would not have a contract in the guys hands, and then change his mind. His mind was changed for him on this one.

    White had been available the whole time...Pats changed their minds...Krafts call...not BB's....

     
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    LMAO

    I love how RKrap says things like he has some kind of inside info.  Maybe White's Div 1 production and NT ability proved to tip the scales?

    I thought it was interesting Reiss listed White as a NT and Drew as a DT.  BB is moving to a 3-4 and if White's tryout was superior to Drew's and the media did not know about White in for a tryout, it means nothing more than they liked White's skill set over Drew's for the 3-4.

    Your lies and insinuations as if you're working with BB has become incredibly disturbing.

     



    I have no idea why people think the Patriots are going 3-4 when they've cut all their beef so far this offseason. The Patriots only have 1 3-4 OLB on the roster with the majority of their pass-rushers listed as DEs. 

     

     

     
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    Why would the perception be BB was over ruled by Kraft? Any facts to back that up or just your spin?

     



    BB has final say on all personel decisions. Drew had a contract in hand. He was signed, sealed and delivered. There was a last minute change. BB would not have a contract in the guys hands, and then change his mind. His mind was changed for him on this one.

     

    White had been available the whole time...Pats changed their minds...Krafts call...not BB's....

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    The day Kraft steps over BB's personel decesion making is the day BB hands in his letter of resignation. BB gets final say, it's in his contract. 

     
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    uld the perception be BB was over ruled by Kraft? Any facts to back that up or just your spin?

     

     

     



    BB has final say on all personel decisions. Drew had a contract in hand. He was signed, sealed and delivered. There was a last minute change. BB would not have a contract in the guys hands, and then change his mind. His mind was changed for him on this one.

     

     

     

    White had been available the whole time...Pats changed their minds...Krafts call...not BB's....

     

     



    You don't know any of this.  In fact, Reiss knows more than you and didn't say there was a contract whatsoever. He just said they were leaning towards Drew and then liked White better.

     

     

    Clearly, each was in on the same day, so they wanted looks at both.

     



    Yes, Reis did say there was a contract in hand and also pondered the same thing.

     

    Stop lying and making up crap.  UGH

    Rookie defensive lineman John Drew had a contract in hand from the Patriots this morning after agreeing to terms, but the team decided to go in a different direction for unknown reasons.

    Thus, though the sides agreed to terms, the contract was never finalized.

    Drew, who had passed a conditioning test with the club, will now pursue workouts with other clubs.

    This type of a situation is a reminder that while sides can agree to terms, nothing is official until the contract is finalized and sent into the league office. One possibility is that the Patriots had second thoughts based on Drew being kicked off the football team at Duke after being arrested for firing a gun on campus.

    Instead of Drew, the Patriots signed Rashad Anthony White, a nose tackle from Michigan State.

     
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    uld the perception be BB was over ruled by Kraft? Any facts to back that up or just your spin?

     

     

     



    BB has final say on all personel decisions. Drew had a contract in hand. He was signed, sealed and delivered. There was a last minute change. BB would not have a contract in the guys hands, and then change his mind. His mind was changed for him on this one.

     

     

     

    White had been available the whole time...Pats changed their minds...Krafts call...not BB's....

     

     



    You don't know any of this.  In fact, Reiss knows more than you and didn't say there was a contract whatsoever. He just said they were leaning towards Drew and then liked White better.

     

     

    Clearly, each was in on the same day, so they wanted looks at both.

     



    Yes, Reis did say there was a contract in hand and also pondered the same thing.

     

    Stop lying and making up crap.  UGH

    Rookie defensive lineman John Drew had a contract in hand from the Patriots this morning after agreeing to terms, but the team decided to go in a different direction for unknown reasons.

    Thus, though the sides agreed to terms, the contract was never finalized.

    Drew, who had passed a conditioning test with the club, will now pursue workouts with other clubs.

    This type of a situation is a reminder that while sides can agree to terms, nothing is official until the contract is finalized and sent into the league office. One possibility is that the Patriots had second thoughts based on Drew being kicked off the football team at Duke after being arrested for firing a gun on campus.

    Instead of Drew, the Patriots signed Rashad Anthony White, a nose tackle from Michigan State.



    funny how much Rusty lies, and yet he believes himself. Also, both DT's were NOT in on the same day.

    Lastly, Reiss is a reporter who will only print known facts. He will not print if it is not factual....so even though all of us here at the stadium know this to be true, since it is not attached to a valid source, it will not be printed....

    It would surprise no one, if Kraft does comment however, that they are getting tougher on player back ground issues, and this is why they decided to go in a different direction

     
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    BB has final say on all personel decisions. Drew had a contract in hand. He was signed, sealed and delivered. There was a last minute change. BB would not have a contract in the guys hands, and then change his mind. His mind was changed for him on this one.

     

     

     

     

    White had been available the whole time...Pats changed their minds...Krafts call...not BB's....

     

     

     

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    You don't know any of this.  In fact, Reiss knows more than you and didn't say there was a contract whatsoever. He just said they were leaning towards Drew and then liked White better.

     

     

     

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    Yes, Reis did say there was a contract in hand and also pondered the same thing.

     

     

    Stop lying and making up crap.  UGH

     

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    Reiss said the terms were never finalized.  Dude, it's the 90th spot.  Stop acting like you are right there in Foxborough as they make moves to fill out a roster for camp.  You're such a fraud.

     

    White clearly had a better workout and or came in cheaper for the 90th spot and has Div 1 big ten production.

    Drew's projection would have been harder to predict based on him playing Div II.

    You lying or speculating on why they felt White would be a better camp fit, is ridiculous because you're ridiculous.

    Literally, anything BB does as GM, you have to find some speculative based agenda to make it seem like there is something sinister or dramatic behind it. The board is tired of it.

     

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    Contract in hand says contract in hand.  Reading comprehension, delusions and more lies.

    Still waiting on you to show us all the "RAVINGS" about Armstead during OTA's.

     
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    BB has final say on all personel decisions. Drew had a contract in hand. He was signed, sealed and delivered. There was a last minute change. BB would not have a contract in the guys hands, and then change his mind. His mind was changed for him on this one.

     

     

     

    White had been available the whole time...Pats changed their minds...Krafts call...not BB's....

     

     



    You don't know any of this.  In fact, Reiss knows more than you and didn't say there was a contract whatsoever. He just said they were leaning towards Drew and then liked White better.

     

     

    Clearly, each was in on the same day, so they wanted looks at both.

     



    Yes, Reis did say there was a contract in hand and also pondered the same thing.

     

    Stop lying and making up crap.  UGH

    Rookie defensive lineman John Drew had a contract in hand from the Patriots this morning after agreeing to terms, but the team decided to go in a different direction for unknown reasons.

    Thus, though the sides agreed to terms, the contract was never finalized.

    Drew, who had passed a conditioning test with the club, will now pursue workouts with other clubs.

    This type of a situation is a reminder that while sides can agree to terms, nothing is official until the contract is finalized and sent into the league office. One possibility is that the Patriots had second thoughts based on Drew being kicked off the football team at Duke after being arrested for firing a gun on campus.

    Instead of Drew, the Patriots signed Rashad Anthony White, a nose tackle from Michigan State.

     



    1.  It's the 90th roster spot.

     

    2. The contract was never finalized, so there was no way they pulled a contract out his hands and then gave it to White.

    Please learn to read correctly and please stop voting and/or procreating (if you have).

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    I don't care what spot it is.  Reiss clearly states he left with contract in hand.  They decided not to file it after the fact.

    Please check your own reading comprehension, liar!

     
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     Wrong, troll.  They finalized the deal with White AFTER they nixed the other.

    I don't believe I've EVER seen a person with such obvious misinterpretation of facts.

    AKA LIAR!

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    uld the perception be BB was over ruled by Kraft? Any facts to back that up or just your spin?

     

     

     



    BB has final say on all personel decisions. Drew had a contract in hand. He was signed, sealed and delivered. There was a last minute change. BB would not have a contract in the guys hands, and then change his mind. His mind was changed for him on this one.

     

     

     

    White had been available the whole time...Pats changed their minds...Krafts call...not BB's....

     

     



    You don't know any of this.  In fact, Reiss knows more than you and didn't say there was a contract whatsoever. He just said they were leaning towards Drew and then liked White better.

     

     

    Clearly, each was in on the same day, so they wanted looks at both.

     



    Yes, Reis did say there was a contract in hand and also pondered the same thing.

     

    Stop lying and making up crap.  UGH

    Rookie defensive lineman John Drew had a contract in hand from the Patriots this morning after agreeing to terms, but the team decided to go in a different direction for unknown reasons.

    Thus, though the sides agreed to terms, the contract was never finalized.

    Drew, who had passed a conditioning test with the club, will now pursue workouts with other clubs.

    This type of a situation is a reminder that while sides can agree to terms, nothing is official until the contract is finalized and sent into the league office. One possibility is that the Patriots had second thoughts based on Drew being kicked off the football team at Duke after being arrested for firing a gun on campus.

    Instead of Drew, the Patriots signed Rashad Anthony White, a nose tackle from Michigan State.

     

     



    funny how much Rusty lies, and yet he believes himself. Also, both DT's were NOT in on the same day.

     

     

    Lastly, Reiss is a reporter who will only print known facts. He will not print if it is not factual....so even though all of us here at the stadium know this to be true, since it is not attached to a valid source, it will not be printed....

    It would surprise no one, if Kraft does comment however, that they are getting tougher on player back ground issues, and this is why they decided to go in a different direction

     

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    They never finalized the deal until they chose White. It certainly smells like the press just assumed the guy in for a workout, passing the conditioning test would be camp guy #90.

     

    That simple.  White then came in and instead of Drew getting the 90th spot, White got it.

    This is not rocket science. I also don't believe your story because they would have known of Drew's off field incident at Duke and not even bothered if they were upset or had concerns about that.  It's going to be in his file.

    It's nothing more than BB doing due dilligence, the media jumping the gun based on NE and Drew "agreeeing to terms" which basically means "we're leaning in your direction, but are also brining in someone else".

    If they had liked Drew more than White, Drew would  have been handed a finalized deal to sign.

    Neither one has a good chance to make the team, so as usual, you're making a mountain out of a molehill simply to push that selfish agenda of yours.

    Everyone sees it here, minus your little allies like a Pezzy type on this thread. You don't work for the NE Patriots, even if you think you do.

     

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    uld the perception be BB was over ruled by Kraft? Any facts to back that up or just your spin?

     

     

     



    BB has final say on all personel decisions. Drew had a contract in hand. He was signed, sealed and delivered. There was a last minute change. BB would not have a contract in the guys hands, and then change his mind. His mind was changed for him on this one.

     

     

     

    White had been available the whole time...Pats changed their minds...Krafts call...not BB's....

     

     



    You don't know any of this.  In fact, Reiss knows more than you and didn't say there was a contract whatsoever. He just said they were leaning towards Drew and then liked White better.

     

     

    Clearly, each was in on the same day, so they wanted looks at both.

     



    Yes, Reis did say there was a contract in hand and also pondered the same thing.

     

    Stop lying and making up crap.  UGH

    Rookie defensive lineman John Drew had a contract in hand from the Patriots this morning after agreeing to terms, but the team decided to go in a different direction for unknown reasons.

    Thus, though the sides agreed to terms, the contract was never finalized.

    Drew, who had passed a conditioning test with the club, will now pursue workouts with other clubs.

    This type of a situation is a reminder that while sides can agree to terms, nothing is official until the contract is finalized and sent into the league office. One possibility is that the Patriots had second thoughts based on Drew being kicked off the football team at Duke after being arrested for firing a gun on campus.

    Instead of Drew, the Patriots signed Rashad Anthony White, a nose tackle from Michigan State.

     

     

     



    1.  It's the 90th roster spot.

     

     

     

    2. The contract was never finalized, so there was no way they pulled a contract out his hands and then gave it to White.

    Please learn to read correctly and please stop voting and/or procreating (if you have).

    Thank you.

     

     

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    I don't care what spot it is.  Reiss clearly states he left with contract in hand.  They decided not to file it after the fact.

     

     

    Please check your own reading comprehension, liar!

     

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    How could he leave with a contract in hand (why would he be "leaving" if he was signing, too?) if the deal was never finalized.

     

    "Agreed to terms" is a verbal situation.  They did that to cover themselves so they have at least 1 guy they like. White then came in AFTER Drew and apparently fit the bill more so, maybe even with the money.

    You're calling me a liar, but I have personally caught you in many lies here whether it be you lying about your Harvard MBA, bludgeoning you in the 2nd Jets bet we had with you lying you won and on and on and on.

    You speculating doesn't make things facts.  You don't work for the Patriots. In fact, it's become clear you hate BB, dislike Kraft and are a Jets fan posing as a Pats fan here.

     

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    You have never caught me in a lie EVER, because I don't lie. 

    Please provide one instance of this.

    You on the other hand, lie as soon as you open your mouth.

    Reiss SAID HE LEFT WITH CONTRACT IN HAND!  FACT!!!!!!

    YOU said Reiss never mentioned it.  LIE!!!!!!!!!

    Get it?

     
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    BB has final say on all personel decisions. Drew had a contract in hand. He was signed, sealed and delivered. There was a last minute change. BB would not have a contract in the guys hands, and then change his mind. His mind was changed for him on this one.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    White had been available the whole time...Pats changed their minds...Krafts call...not BB's....

     

     

     

     

     

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    You don't know any of this.  In fact, Reiss knows more than you and didn't say there was a contract whatsoever. He just said they were leaning towards Drew and then liked White better.

     

     

     

     

     

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    Yes, Reis did say there was a contract in hand and also pondered the same thing.

     

     

     

     

    Stop lying and making up crap.  UGH

     

     

     

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    Reiss said the terms were never finalized.  Dude, it's the 90th spot.  Stop acting like you are right there in Foxborough as they make moves to fill out a roster for camp.  You're such a fraud.

     

     

     

    White clearly had a better workout and or came in cheaper for the 90th spot and has Div 1 big ten production.

    Drew's projection would have been harder to predict based on him playing Div II.

    You lying or speculating on why they felt White would be a better camp fit, is ridiculous because you're ridiculous.

    Literally, anything BB does as GM, you have to find some speculative based agenda to make it seem like there is something sinister or dramatic behind it. The board is tired of it.

     

     

     

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    Contract in hand says contract in hand.  Reading comprehension, delusions and more lies.

     

     

    Still waiting on you to show us all the "RAVINGS" about Armstead during OTA's.

     

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    I go by Zolak and Pats Today updates for my info.  They really like guys like Bolden and Armstead.  Zolak has a lot better info than you do, fraud. He has no agenda, too.

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    Stop with the deflections and lies.  Provide one instance where they raved about him throughout OTA's as you claimed.

     
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    Why is it so hard for people to use the quote button correctly? Yet another thread of mile long (unreadable) posts.....all consisting of yet another pissing contest. Sigh....

     
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    How could he leave with a contract in hand (why would he be "leaving" if he was signing, too?) if the deal was never finalized.

     

     

     

    "Agreed to terms" is a verbal situation.  They did that to cover themselves so they have at least 1 guy they like. White then came in AFTER Drew and apparently fit the bill more so, maybe even with the money.

    You're calling me a liar, but I have personally caught you in many lies here whether it be you lying about your Harvard MBA, bludgeoning you in the 2nd Jets bet we had with you lying you won and on and on and on.

    You speculating doesn't make things facts.  You don't work for the Patriots. In fact, it's become clear you hate BB, dislike Kraft and are a Jets fan posing as a Pats fan here.

     

     

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    You have never caught me in a lie EVER, because I don't lie. 

     

    Please provide one instance of this.

    You on the other hand, lie as soon as you open your mouth.

    Reiss SAID HE LEFT WITH CONTRACT IN HAND!  FACT!!!!!!

    YOU said Reiss never mentioned it.  LIE!!!!!!!!!

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    Dear Moron,

    "Contract in hand" is a figure of speech if he then says "the terms of the deal were never finalzied".

    That means they never put pen to paper. It means they liked his workout but had White coming in after him.

    For these facts to jump to "Kraft over-ruled" BB is complete speculation.  In 4 weeks, White (or Drew) probably won't even be here.

    You idiots will jump through a series of hoops to paint BB is some reckless GM and it's just beyond sad.

    Please go follow another team. Your ilk have become this board's eye sore. Not debatable. You claim I am the problem here, and it's belligerent behavior like yours that is the problem.

    Maybe the media should wait for the ink to dry before trying to rush to a blog to guess it is dry? Ever think of that?

     

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    Umm he NEVER SAYS THE TERMS OF THE DEAL WERE NEVER FINALIZED.

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    This type of a situation is a reminder that while sides can agree to terms, nothing is official until the contract is finalized and sent into the league office. One possibility is that the Patriots had second thoughts based on Drew being kicked off the football team at Duke after being arrested for firing a gun on campus.

    It appears (implied) that the terms were finalized but they had second thoughts after he left with contract in hand.

     
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    The deal was never finalized, but White's is, followed by an announcement.  That is the difference. You arguing that is not why NE announced White's official contract is just belligerence. Even Reiss said there is no definitive reason known why they felt White was a better choice for the next month in camp.

    Clearly, if Drew was brought in for the second time, they liked him, but White impressed more.

    If Kraft was over-ruling or watching BB closely, why did Drew come back for his second workout?

    No matter where you turn to spin your agenda, Pezzy, you lose.  RKrap does not know more than Mike Reiss or anyone with a direct line into the front office.

    Finally, NE has Kembrell Thompkins in camp, playing well, apparently, and he has MULTILPE serious arrestes on his record.

    If Kraft was so concerned, Thompkins would be gone as would Dennard. Go follow another team if you are so miserable following this one.

    Leave it to you two trolls to spam this board with your raging agendas that just refuse to quit.

     




    wht are you so offended that BB was over ruled by Kraft?

     
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    The deal was never finalized, but White's is, followed by an announcement.  That is the difference. You arguing that is not why NE announced White's official contract is just belligerence. Even Reiss said there is no definitive reason known why they felt White was a better choice for the next month in camp.

    Clearly, if Drew was brought in for the second time, they liked him, but White impressed more.

    If Kraft was over-ruling or watching BB closely, why did Drew come back for his second workout?

    No matter where you turn to spin your agenda, Pezzy, you lose.  RKrap does not know more than Mike Reiss or anyone with a direct line into the front office.

    Finally, NE has Kembrell Thompkins in camp, playing well, apparently, and he has MULTILPE serious arrestes on his record.

    If Kraft was so concerned, Thompkins would be gone as would Dennard. Go follow another team if you are so miserable following this one.

    Leave it to you two trolls to spam this board with your raging agendas that just refuse to quit.

     




    I think it very clear who the loser is and who has an agenda to protect BB at all cost.

    Thompkins and Dennard were on the team prior to the murderous off season.

    Doesn't mean they'll stay and doesn't mean Kraft hasn't said "Enough is Enough" and why are we picking up MORE players with suspect past?

    If you don't think that Kraft isn't concerned after being bitten multiple times this off season by players with suspect pasts,  then......you just don't think.  Period!

    Of course a person who washes BB's balls for a living isn't required to think much.

    "Should I hold them by the seem or laces, apply more friction or more heat, pat dry or air dry?" LOL!

     
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    Re: risk John Drew-never mind


    shut the fk up

     
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    Re: risk John Drew-never mind

    In response to russgriswold's comment:

    In response to jonhoop74's comment:

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    shut the fk up

     



    Excellent post. If we had more comments like yours, trolls like Pezzy and RKrap wouldn't think people like them.

     

    Keep posting.  We need more of this.

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    Excellent post?  You want more?

    Ok, Crusty.  Shut thefk up!!!!!

    Signed,

    All the people who loath you including the mods.

    Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

     

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