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Patriots safety Rodney Harrison has Tony Romo under wraps as he sacks the Cowboys quarterback in the first quarter. Patriots safety Rodney Harrison has Tony Romo under wraps as he sacks the Cowboys quarterback in the first quarter. (MATTHEW J. LEE/GLOBE STAFF)
By Mike Reiss
Globe Staff / October 15, 2007

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IRVING, Texas - The Patriots altered their defensive personnel for yesterday's game against the Cowboys, starting strong safeties Rodney Harrison and James Sanders side by side. Free safety Eugene Wilson was the third option, and the team often had all three on the field together. (Full article: 479 words)

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