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Ventrone's value? He's very versatile

Patriot has taken to time at receiver

Hard-working Ray Ventrone is getting work at wide receiver, but won't drop the ball at defensive back or on special teams. Hard-working Ray Ventrone is getting work at wide receiver, but won't drop the ball at defensive back or on special teams. (File/Stephen Senne/Associated Press)
By Michael Vega
Globe Staff / September 29, 2008

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FOXBOROUGH - So how did Ray Ventrone spend his time off during the bye week? Funny you should ask. The versatile Patriot went back to Villanova, his alma mater, to watch his brother, Ross, a 5-foot-9-inch, 185-pound junior safety, help the Wildcats pull a 26-20 upset of Richmond, the top-ranked team in the Football Championship Subdvision. (Full article: 805 words)

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