Day After Patriots’ Draft Picks Begin Arriving in Foxboro, Bill Puts Adalius’ Head on Fencepost Next to Weight Room.

The news out of Foxboro this morning is that outside linebacker Adalius Thomas has been cut from the Patriots. This opens a roster spot for one of the 12 drafted rookies (plus any additional undrafted rookie free agents, of which the Patriots are currently signing 6, 7 or 8 depending on who’s reporting.)

Adalius Thomas, on top, has a bit of a thing for bare midriffs, he explains to former asshole Jet, Brett Favre.

The Thomas move should come as a surprise to absolutely no one. Thomas signed a big huge 5 year deal in 2007 after Ray Lewis had inflated his stats for the 2 previous seasons. The word is Adalius just didn’t get and so an example was made of him. Personally, I’m wondering why we didn’t package him into a deal on draft day and get an additional 2nd rounder or multiple middle round picks… C’est La Vie.

Also, in the “It’s Never Too Early” category… The Patriots have two 1st Round picks and Two 2nd Round picks in 2011.

More to come on this years Patriot’s draftees and UDFAs as I sift through their police reports.

SMC

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5 responses to “Day After Patriots’ Draft Picks Begin Arriving in Foxboro, Bill Puts Adalius’ Head on Fencepost Next to Weight Room.

  1. Katfish

    We might have been able to get a couple rolls of tape for AT, but I doubt it. Everyone knew we were releasing him.

  2. startmattcassel

    so you’re saying this is like when i expected something in return for matt vrabel?

    tape is really important, by the way.

  3. Done

    We need tape to hold Welker together, duh.

  4. Katfish

    No Mike Vrabel was a viable player and leader. AT was neither. We really could have used Vrabel last year. And yes we could also use some extra tape. Due to the brilliant investment of Patriot Place money is a little tight in Foxboro these days.

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