Patriots linebacker Tracy White hasn’t been participating in OTAs because he’s recovering from sports hernia surgery, according to a source."
Jabar Gaffney (10), Anthony Gonzalez (16), Donte' Stallworth (19), Marquice Cole (23), Will Allen (26), Steve Gregory (28), Joseph Addai (29 white), Sterling Moore (29 blue), Tony Fiammetta (42), Spencer Larsen (46), Bobby Carpenter (59), Robert Gallery (72), Jon Opperud (74 white), Daniel Fells (86), Brandon Lloyd (88), Gerard Warren (92), Marcus Harrison (94), Jonathan Fanene (98), Trevor Scott (99)
Base salary: $725,000
Signing bonus: $75,000
Workout bonus: $50,000
Roster bonus: $218,750
Salary cap charge: $1.36 million
I signed my tender today. I love the game and I love my teammates! Hopefully doing the right thing gets the right results. #leapoffaith
Wes Welker: 'There's $9.5 million reasons why I won't miss any regular season games.' #weei #NFL #Patriots -@capeleaguer (Christopher Price)
Checking in at mini-camp for a tryout with the NY Giants.. Hopefully my rigorous off-season regime of hot yoga and calisthenics pays off. - (@ohrnberger)
Signing bonus: $250,000
Base salary: $925,000
Workout bonus: $25,000
Salary cap charge: $1.375 million
Base salary: $1 million
Workout bonus: $100,000
Salary cap charge: $1.525 million
"That’s a joke," said Weis, the former Patriots offensive coordinator who is now the head coach at the University of Kansas. "That’s really, that’s a joke. Not even worth commenting on. It’s a joke. When people win championships, people win championships. Every time somebody wins they are looking for a reason why the team won. We won because we were the best team in those years. We might not have had the best players but we always had the best team, including 2001 when we beat the Rams when we weren’t supposed to have a chance."
"Every day, Junior Seau greeted his teammates and coaches with an energetic ‘Hey, Buddy!’ It was genuine, enthusiastic and backed by his radiant smile. For four seasons, after every game he played, he would always find me in the locker room just to give me a big hug and squeeze tighter than anyone I remember. It was one of the many things I enjoyed about him. He was passionate about football and always spoke with great conviction. He may have been one of the most charismatic Patriots player in franchise history. I loved listening to him when he addressed an audience. I will never forget presenting him with his AFC Championship ring at Seau’s Restaurant in San Diego before our game against the Chargers in 2008. It was a memorable moment shared by both Patriots and Chargers fans, who that day celebrated pregame together as Junior Seau fans. He was beloved in his hometown of San Diego and quickly became a fan favorite in New England. Today, the fans of the teams for which Junior played – San Diego, Miami and New England – lost more than a legendary football player. We lost our ‘Buddy.’ My thoughts and prayers are with his family and I extend my sincere condolences to his many friends and former teammates."