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Wright to IR

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    Re: Wright to IR

    Shocking......................not.
     
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    Re: Wright to IR

    Sorry to hear about Mike Wright.  His is a great story.  A guy who made the roster playing special teams and as a backup DL.  I'm not glad to see him on IR, but I am glad that there are options in Brace and Deaderick coming off the PUP.  And as others mention, it's time for Cunningham to play like he did at times last year when he showed that he deserved some snaps.  
     
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    Re: Wright to IR

    The bigger question is what happens next week.  Which of the 3 P.U.P. guys gets activated, and is there a corresponding roster shift (for example if faulk is activated is woody or vereen IR'd).  The pats are using the last 1 or 2 spots on the roster as injury insurance week to week.  If Volmer is finally back that solidifies the OL.  DB and DL are the most nicked up.  Is deadrick or Brace the permanent answer at the expense of the roster "flexibility"
     
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    Wright, a good guy, a hard worker, and all I can hope is that he takes care of himself....as we have seen, long term, ex-players with serious concussion histories...have had a very difficult time down the road...here's to hoping he avoids that!
     
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