Thursday, April 14, 2005
On a day when the Patriots were honored at the White House quarterback Tom Brady expressed some concern about a new contract. "I'd love to be here for the rest of my career, but it's not entirely my decision," said Brady, who was the most valuable player of New England's first two Super Bowl wins and guided the team to its third title in four years last February.
-- Boston Globe
The Patriots are set to visit with free-agent middle linebacker Chris Draft at Gillette Stadium later this week, an indication the Patriots are still considering adding personnel to their middle linebacker corps, even after agreeing to terms on a two-year deal with free-agent Monty Beisel last Thursday. A 1998 sixth-round draft choice of the Bears, Draft spent one season in Chicago (1 game), one in San Francisco (7 games) and the last five with the Falcons (79 games, 52 starts).
-- Metro West Daily News
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