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Old 04-29-2007   #1
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(April 29, 2007) -- On Draft Weekend 2007, the biggest tremors in the football world came from a trade between the New England Patriots and Oakland Raiders.

Randy Moss is on the verge of becoming a Patriot after New England agreed to send a fourth-round pick in Sunday's draft to Oakland for the mercurial and maddening wide receiver. Before the trade is completed, Moss must undergo a physical, which he arrived in New England on Sunday morning to take. Assuming Moss passes, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will be passing him the ball next season in one of the most dynamic and electric quarterback-wide receiver combinations that has ever played in the NFL.

Moss already has agreed to dramatically restructure his contract, which is scheduled to pay him $9.75 million this coming season. New England was the one and only place Moss would agree to take a reduced contract, and he did so knowing that he would have the chance to win a Super Bowl. With the off-season that New England has had, no team in football has a better chance.

Moss also comes to New England with the warning that, as Bill Parcells used to say, the light is yellow and ready to turn red. The Patriots have notified Moss that, under no circumstance, will they tolerate any of the transgressions that have marked his career. The first controversial incident that Moss is involved in will be his last. The Patriots insist they will release him.....
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New England is looking REALLY REALLY dangerous coming into this season. Maroney at TB, Stallworth and Moss at receiver.


oh yeah and i forgot brady. that offense is gonna score some points next year



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New England is looking REALLY REALLY dangerous coming into this season. Maroney at TB, Stallworth and Moss at receiver.


oh yeah and i forgot brady. that offense is gonna score some points next year




Yeah, they are indeed the SB favorites. The Pats are having an excellent off season thus far.
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