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a result, that year was a radical reset at the receiver position with newcomers Reche Caldwell , Jabar Gaffney and Doug Gabriel , to go along with holdovers like Troy Brown , Ben Watson and Kevin Faullk. Almost predictably, in four of the first six
within one scoring drive of a Super Bowl appearance with an underwhelming receiving corps that included Reche Caldwell , Doug Gabriel and Jabar Gaffney . The following offseason, the Patriots acquired Moss, Welker and Donte’ Stallworth, and while they
Fed up with the lack of ability outside, Brady got his wish and the team jettisoned the likes of Reche Caldwell and Doug Gabriel , replacing them with Randy Moss , Wes Welker and Donte' Stallworth. There was no need to dink and dunk any longer
after they arrive: You either get it ( Wes Welker , Randy Moss ), or you don’t ( Joey Galloway , Donald Hayes, Doug Gabriel ). It’s too early to tell where the relationship between Tom Brady and Chad Ochocinco is headed. While the receiver appears
years of Randy Moss — and, to a lesser extent, Jabar Gaffney ) or miserable failures ( Joey Galloway , Donald Hayes, Doug Gabriel ). To his credit, Ochocinco appears to be sincere about being part of the first group: He has not missed a practice since he
Derrick Burgess from the Raiders in exchange for offensive lineman Al Johnson.) Sept. 2, 2006: Acquired wide receiver Doug Gabriel from the Raiders for an undisclosed draft pick. (Later that same month — one day after the start of the regular season
clear the player has nothing left, and there was a reason why the Raiders let him go. (Locally, Andrew Walter and Doug Gabriel come to mind.) Other times, it’s clear he was just a bad fit in Oakland, a team where many veterans have said
before switching to No. 81 in a trade with Johnson prior to the start of the 2011 season. Tyson DeVree (2008) and Doug Gabriel (2006) also wore No. 85. Leon Washington: 33. Like No. 24 and No. 80, No. 33 has a special place in recent
player has nothing left, and there was a reason why the Raiders let him go. (In the case of the Patriots, players like Doug Gabriel come to mind.) Other times, it’s clear he was just a bad fit in Oakland, a team where many veterans have said