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into the postseason on a fairly regular basis would also figure to hold some sort of appeal. He clearly passes the Rosevelt Colvin test in the sense that Bill Belichick has spoken very highly go him in the past on a fairly regular basis. (More
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stabilize the New England secondary. Ultimately, he became a sizable reason the franchise won two Super Bowls. • Rosevelt Colvin was a much-heralded pickup prior to the 2003 season, and while he was an occasionally key figure at times in his
addition of Revis represents the same sort of seismic jolt the franchise received during the 2003 ( Rodney Harrison , Rosevelt Colvin ), 2004 (Corey Dillon) and 2007 ( Randy Moss , Wes Welker , Adalius Thomas ) offseasons. If Revis can provide
year goes on, he can look back to the 2003 team for a template. That season, the Patriots lost starting linebacker Rosevelt Colvin , starting offensive linemen Mike Compton and Damien Woody and starting wide receiver David Patten relatively early
the 2010 campaign) and was eventually released in October 2011. Played with the Patriots from 2009-2011. 12. Rosevelt Colvin (2003): You knew Belichick liked him in 2002 when he brought his name up unsolicited on several occasions in the
last season. For what it’s worth, the 6-foot-3, 308-pounder comes from the same school that has produced Rosevelt Colvin and Rob Ninkovich , two guys who have shown a pretty good ability when it comes to getting after the passer here in New
There were injuries to starters who were expected to play a big role that year. In 2003, pass rushing linebacker Rosevelt Colvin went down in the second game of the year with a hip injury, and was lost for the rest of the season. In
Bill Belichick likes to acquire when they’ re near the end of their career. He certainly passed Belichick’ s “ Rosevelt Colvin ” test, gushing about his ability when given the slightest opportunity. “Outstanding
presents himself as an intriguing prospect for New England on a number of levels, including the fact that he passes the Rosevelt Colvin test — Bill Belichick has been effusive of his praise of Smith in the past with relatively no provocation. ‘ I think Will
for the Falcons. Regardless, if the Patriots to decide to jump in, the addition of Johnson would be a defensive splash in free agency the likes of which New England hasn’ t made since Rosevelt Colvin (2003) or Adalius Thomas (2007).
it’s been fairly easy to trace Bill Belichick ‘s interest in that individual. In the cases of Tommy Kelly and Rosevelt Colvin , Belichick waxed rhapsodic about their skills long before New England made a play for their services. There was no such