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are Joe Andruzzi (2003), Troy Brown (2004), Matt Light (2005), Jarvis Green (2006), Ty Warren (2007), Larry Izzo (2008), Kevin Faulk (2009), Vince Wilfork (2010), Jerod Mayo (2011), Zoltan Mesko (2012) and Matthew Slater
roaming the sidelines. a) On defense, former New England linebackers Mike Vrabel (linebackers coach with Houston) Larry Izzo (assistant special teams coach with the New York Giants ), Bryan Cox (defensive line coach in Atlanta) and Roman Phifer
list than offense -- 13, if you count special teamer Larry Izzo as a linebacker. And three, there are only five skill ..... efforts. Played with the Patriots from 2001-2003. 18. Larry Izzo (2001): A gonzo linebacker who made his bones as a
defeat. Harrison said Gronkowski “disrespected himself,” and added that “if Willie McGinest , Tedy Bruschi , Larry Izzo , Richard Seymour or myself had been at that party, [Gronkowski] probably would have got his head rung.” Now, almost
Pat Chung , Sebastian Vollmer , Rob Ninkovich . Key subtractions: Cassel, Jabar Gaffney , Mike Vrabel , Heath Evans , Larry Izzo , Ellis Hobbs , Rodney Harrison , Tedy Bruschi , Richard Seymour . Season summary: Harrison and Bruschi retired
Tracy White, Jeff Tarpinian. The first five were locked in at the start of camp, while White wins the annual “ Larry Izzo ” award, given to the linebacker who is more of a special teamer than anything else. (White beat out Ricky Brown
season. Tracy White: C+. A linebacker in name, he’s more of a special teams guy, White has settled into the Larry Izzo role this season. He probably won’t achieve his stated goal of making the Pro Bowler purely as a special teamer (especially
recipients are Joe Andruzzi (2003), Troy Brown (2004), Matt Light (2005), Jarvis Green (2006), Ty Warren (2007), Larry Izzo (2008), Kevin Faulk (2009), Vince Wilfork (2010), Jerod Mayo (2011) and Zoltan Mesko (2012).
teams to be in the right place at the right time and make tackles. Over the years there have been many. Matt Chatham and Larry Izzo are just two linebackers that come to mind who earned their stripes on special teams. It’s not unusual to see Brandon Spikes
teams, where he was an impact player at Rutgers. Don’t expect to see him serve as a return man, but guys like Larry Izzo and Matthew Slater have shown around these parts that you don’t need to be a return kicks and punts to make a difference
been very fortunate to have two outstanding, I mean exemplary, players at leadership positions on special teams with Larry Izzo and Matt Slater. I thought that really when we had Larry that that was, there’d never be another one like that, that
franchise about his contract, gotten married, endorsed adult diapers and revealed the most remarkable story involving Larry Izzo you will ever hear. He starts the 2012 season under the microscope — without a long-term deal, there will be speculation that he