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LeGarrette Blount had it last season. It was also recently worn by defensive back Sterling Moore and veteran corner Shawn Springs . 31: Defensive back Shamiel Gary — Aqib Talib ‘ s old number — he had it for most of the last two years. Before
We tackle four topics all prompted by the start of the free agency in the NFL.
haven’t tried -- the Patriots swung and missed on veteran corner Shawn Springs in 2009, as well as a few others. It just never clicked like it did with Rodney ..... Rodney -- not yet, anyway. But he’s already a long way from Shawn Springs .
quarterback saying, “It’s not that (bleeping) hard, Joey.”) He was released on October 20, 2009 4. Shawn Springs (2009): On paper, this looked like a great move -- Springs was veteran corner who had been around for a few seasons
defensive genius" label washed out after embarrassing prime-timers in Indy and New Orleans ) and GM moves ( Greg Lewis , Shawn Springs , Derrick Burgess , Joey Galloway , Chris Baker and Fred Taylor . Millen-esque.) If there was ever an offseason
brought the heat early on but fizzled somewhat as the year unfolded. Patrick Chung had an acceptable rookie season. Shawn Springs and Leigh Bodden had similar years. Both guys looked shaky early in the year but played better as the season progressed
Meriweather stepped up in both the run and pass defense. Big hits at crucial times were the order of the day for these two. Shawn Springs had a great pick at the goal line and was pretty good the rest of the day. Jerod Mayo was making a lot of plays from
The last guy to wear the number was defensive Sterling Moore . In addition, defensive back Tony Carter , old pal Shawn Springs and Lewis Sanders all wore the number the last few years. LaVelle Hawkins: 83. Fair or not, lofty expectations
who can be a perfect fit, even for a brief time (like Leigh Bodden was in 2009). Other times, not so much (like Shawn Springs the same year). There’s also the fact that all of those positive things about Marshall have caught the eye of the
veteran free agent corners near the end of their careers, New England’s track record is pretty bad: Duane Starks . Shawn Springs . Deltha O’Neal . Lewis Sanders . Guh . In addition, the Patriots would seem unlikely to be interested in going
school and nothing seemed to work so we'll just go out there and try to compete." Told former Patriots cornerback Shawn Springs kept a notebook on star receivers, McCourty was asked what his would read on Moss. "Just a complete receiver, a
went after Terrence Wheatley had an 86.8 rating (off just 21 snaps and only three balls thrown his way), while Shawn Springs was 94.1 and Jonathan Wilhite was at 115.3. (Wilhite’s numbers were pretty poor — he allowed 65.7 percent of