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Thursday against the Giants. 1. Wide receiver The position got a little more clear this week with the team cutting Nate Washington . It now leaves Julian Edelman, Danny Amendola, Keshawn Martin, Chris Hogan, Malcolm Mitchell, Aaron Dobson
reportedly cutting him along with Nate Washington here on Wednesday your general ..... forward. All right your read on Nate Washington this I don't think comes as ..... have the wide receiver position Nate Washington made some nice plays in practice
looked like: Additions (in order of importance): TE Martellus Bennett, DE Chris Long, DT Terrance Knighton, WR Nate Washington , LB Shea McClellin, G Jonathan Cooper, RB Donald Brown, WR Chris Hogan, CB EJ Biggers, TE Clay Harbor, DE Frank Kearse, LB/ST
England's biggest hit of the day, combining with Mayo for a crunching fourth-quarter hit on Tennessee wide receiver Nate Washington that knocked the ball loose for a fumble that was picked up by Pat Chung . (The play was later overturned.) And while
interceptions. Defensive lineman Myron Pryor recorded a forced fumble in the third quarter, jarring the ball from receiver Nate Washington . And backup quarterback Brian Hoyer got his first-ever playing time as a professional in the second half, engineering a 12-play scoring drive that ended when he plunged over from the 1 for his first touchdown. (He ended the day 9-of
to receivers in nearly all situations. The only time he closed and made a play on a ball was when he got back on Nate Washington in the second quarter and deflected it for an incomplete. Otherwise, O’Neal was brutal. As for Ellis Hobbs, he may have been too ill to take that third quarter
FOXBORO — Jimmy Garoppolo reacted to Bryan Stork’s release Wednesday, Nate Washington was released and Martellus Bennett spoke up for the first time in a while in the Patriots’ locker room. WEEI’s Mike Petraglia and Chris Price have your update from Foxboro.
The Patriots have released wide receiver Nate Washington , according to a league source. The 6-foot-1, 185-pounder out of Tiffin was signed by the Patriots in March as a veteran
The Patriots have released wide receiver Nate Washington , according to a league source. The 6-foot-1, 185-pounder out of Ohio’s Tiffin University was signed by the Patriots
catches in what should be regular reps Thursday night against Chicago — and he’ll make the 53-man roster. 6. Nate Washington : The 6-foot-1, 185-pound veteran will have his chance at extra reps Thursday because of the injury to Malcolm Mitchell. While his
half speed. — Following this came a lot of special teams work. During this Brady got some 1-on-1 work with Nate Washington . — The offense’s then got some work on goal line situations with Brady and Garoppolo splitting the reps. It was again done at