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more playing time as the result of Carter’s injury. Here are five other candidates to see a boost in playing time: Eric Moore : The 6-foot-4, 268-pound defensive end who recently returned to New England was able to provide a spark for a depleted Patriots’ pass rush
snapper. Defensive end (4): Jermaine Cunningham , Shaun Ellis , Andre Carter , Mark Anderson . Mark Anderson over Eric Moore was one of the biggest surprises of camp — Anderson showed a lot early on, but did many of the same things that Carter
Smith have long-snapping experience as well. Defensive end (4): Mark Anderson , Jermaine Cunningham , Shaun Ellis , Eric Moore . Tough call going with Anderson over Carter, but I’m giving the edge to Anderson, at least right now. The former Chicago
or defensive end because of his positional versatility based on what we've seen so far in camp), Aaron Lavarlas, Eric Moore , Clay Nurse and Alex Silvestro. “We’re trying to always add as many good players are we can to the team,” Belichick said on Monday. “The best ones will play and the ones that don’t play as well will play a little bit less. That
answer this season for New England’s pass-rushing problems.) Then, there are back-of-the-roster guys like Eric Moore who also showed some promise last season. And then, that doesn’t even begin to account for the bodies that are all still out there in free agency, guys like Manny Lawson and Matt Roth
FOXBORO -- Just 10 after being signed to add depth to the defensive line, defensive end Eric Moore was released Tuesday by the Patriots. Moore, 30, played in the last two games and played in four games with three starts last
battle with Dolphins Saturday afternoon at Gillette Stadium. The only two players missing were back-up defensive end Eric Moore and offensive tackle Sebastian Vollmer. For more, visit the Patriots team page at weei.com/patriots and the blog
injury. The moves mean that two players are likely to make their 2011 debut for the Patriots today, as defensive end Eric Moore - signed on Saturday - and defensive back Malcolm Williams are active and available. For complete Patriots coverage
reserve with a hamstring injury. The two moves allowed the Patriots to signed 30-year-old veteran defensive end Eric Moore and promote defensive back Malcolm Williams from the practice squad to the active roster. All of these moves announced Saturday
practice squad to the 53-man active roster. The team also announced they had signed 30-year-old defensive lineman Eric Moore , who played in four games for the 2010 Patriots, recording a pair of sacks. To make room for Moore's return to the