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Teammates mum on Logan's stand

Posted by Albert Breer  June 15, 2010 07:03 PM

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Before I could get around to asking Steve what movies he was checking out, he put the whole deal in perspective, as someone who's been around this team for almost a decade and has seen plenty of "situations" in his time.

"Each and every year, there’s a lot of pieces that change, and you can sit there and think about, ‘What if he’s here, or he’s there? What if he’s not?’" Neal said. "But that’s not my job, that’s you guy’s job. My job is to go out here and try to improve each day, and do what the coaches ask of me.

"That’s my role and I’m trying to have a role this year."

Wilfork had similar feelings, and didn't feel much like comparing his situation from last year to someone else's now.

"Everybody goes through things in life, and some people handle it different," Wilfork said. "People choose to do it different ways. However you do it, that’s how you do it. I’m not here to say anyone’s right or wrong in how they handle their business, that’s just how they handle.

"But once again, my focus is not on that. My focus is coming to work every day, looking at film, looking at the opponents we have to face, which are some good opponents, and trying to put together another good season. That’s my goal, and that’s gonna be my goal for the rest of the season. So each day, that’s how I’m coming on this field, preparing to get better as an individual and as a team."
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