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July 21, 2005

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Dan

You know, that might be your post post in some time.

mr bandw

Oh Nick, how can you be so obtuse? Sorry, all I could think of was the Shawshank Redemption when I read that.

Seriously though, who the -F- does Cafardo think he is, acting like he has been personally slighted? As if Bruschi owes it to him to make a personal statement about his desicion... EEEEF him. That kind of b.s. is the reason why I don't read the Globe.

I could not agree with you more on this Beth.

Personally, I am glad Tedy made this desicion. I think it was the smart thing to do. Plus, lets not forget, just because Tedy is not on the field, does not mean he is not going to be able to be part of the team and contribute. He will still be there. He is still a Patriot.

Boston Fan in Michigan

I read that article in the paper this morning, and I admit I was completely confused by the last few paragraphs. I mean, what? I honestly couldn't figure out what he was making such a big deal of-- it seems like such a nonissue. What we hear from the team should be no different than hearing it from Tedy himself, right? I mean, hell, these are the Patriots we're talking about here, they're practically one entity anyways. It just struck me as such a completely bizarre thing for him to complain about.

Amy

Awesome, Beth. So true.

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