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Old 11-01-2012, 10:16 AM   #16
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Old 11-01-2012, 11:24 AM   #17
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Surprised Belichicks cutting the 'karate chopper'
I think bringing in Carpenter made it crowded for them.

Moore could be serviceable...5-11 195lbs and has had some good games. Not sure where on the waiver wire we are...getting a CB that could start immidiately and let D Hall slide over to FS seems like a worthwhile gamble.
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Old 11-01-2012, 11:29 AM   #18
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What's so special about Moore? He was signed as undrafted FA by Oakland, cut and picked by NE who also cut him.
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What's so special about Moore? He was signed as undrafted FA by Oakland, cut and picked by NE who also cut him.
Dude at this point they could sign me. I'm 43, old and slow, but I won't cost the Skins 30 years in unsportsmanlike conduct penalties! AND I'll jam my WR off the LOS at least and try to slow him down. WRs just run free all over the field against our team.
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Dude at this point they could sign me. I'm 43, old and slow, but I won't cost the Skins 30 years in unsportsmanlike conduct penalties! AND I'll jam my WR off the LOS at least and try to slow him down. WRs just run free all over the field against our team.
Lmao! At this point...why not?
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Old 11-01-2012, 12:04 PM   #21
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From web news today..has been slowed a bit by knee injuries, but was playing pretty well.

Moore was released four different times during the 2011 season, twice by the Raiders and twice more by the Patriots, before eventually sticking in New England. This season, Moore carved out a solid role as the Patriots nickel cornerback and developed into a fairly reliable contributor in an otherwise underachieving secondary. Only furthering the curiosity of his release.

The Patriots boast the fifth-worst passing defense in the NFL, allowing opposing quarterbacks to throw for 281 yards per game, against a secondary that's been hampered by injuries in recent weeks.

Moore has been among those ailing, dealing with a recurring knee injury since early in the season. Patrick Chung, Steven Gregory, Marquice Cole and Kyle Arrington have all been sidelined for varying amounts of time this season. Moore's release could be a sign of improving health for some if not all of those players, which would help tighten up that defensive unit.

Meanwhile Moore, who still has practice squad eligibility -- although limited -- could be given some additional time to rehab.
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Norv loses tonight, is he fired over the weekend?
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That's what some are saying.
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He won't lose.
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Norv loses tonight, is he fired over the weekend?
LT definitely thinks they should. He's been talking about how they fired Marty S. after a 14-2 season yet they haven't gone to the playoffs the last 2 years. He's calling for Norv and the GM's job. Just heard the Pats tradelod for Talib.Guess that explains Moore.
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LT definitely thinks they should. He's been talking about how they fired Marty S. after a 14-2 season yet they haven't gone to the playoffs the last 2 years. He's calling for Norv and the GM's job. Just heard the Pats signed Talib.
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Meant traded for. Has that already been reported on here? I just heard it.
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by smoot in the trade deadline thread
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I see why the Patriots cut that DB.

Aqib Talib traded to New England Patriots by Tampa Bay Buccaneers - ESPN Boston


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The New England Patriots moved to bolster their porous secondary, acquiring cornerback Aqib Talib, who has one game remaining on a four-game suspension for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing substances.

The Buccaneers announced the trade, completed before Thursday's 4 p.m. deadline, but didn't say what they are receiving in return.

Talib is in the final season of his contract.

The fifth-year pro said in a statement released by the Buccaneers earlier this month that he took an Adderall pill without a prescription "around the beginning of training camp."

Talib was the 20th overall pick in the 2008 draft and was one of Tampa Bay's top defenders with 18 career interceptions.

Talib's current suspension is his second of his NFL career.

The 26-year-old was suspended without pay for the 2010 regular-season opener and also fined one additional game check for violating the NFL's personal-conduct policy. That discipline stemmed from an altercation with a St. Petersburg cab driver during training camp in August 2009.
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Old 11-01-2012, 04:35 PM   #30
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New England moves as of late have been absolute shit. Chad Johnson, Albert Haynesworth

Talib, at least through the first 5 games, had been in bottom 5 cornerback on yards against. Maybe he had played better since, but he was terrible to start the season.
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