Seau rejoins Pats

It was reported last week that the Patriots would re-sign linebacker Junior Seau this week.

And, reportedly, they have.

Though the move has not been announced by the team, it has been announced by VERSUS, the cable channel that will be airing Seau’s show, Sports Jobs With Junior Seau.

News of the news from VERSUS comes from Ian Rapoport of the Boston Herald.

It will be Seau’s 20th NFL season, and his fourth season with the Patriots.

35 responses to “Seau rejoins Pats

  1. “It will be Seau’s 20th NFL season, and his fourth season.”
    If that had more than one period, it would appear you died mid-sentence.

  2. This goes to how you how bare the cupboards are at LB this time of year. Quality depth is a real issue in the NFL today.

  3. he may be 40, but he sure as hell doesnt look like it. he should help right away with dealing with the tennessee running game. like you said florio, they are the best 0-5 team maybe ever, and they can run the ball. welcome back junior.

  4. Ah yes, VERSUS. I remember when I could watch that channel…before DirecTV dropped it from the lineup in a spat like the NFL Network went through.
    Too bad not as many people care about the NHL and VERSUS will lose their “tier adjustment” attempt.

  5. It will be Seau’s 20th NFL season, and his fourth season.
    ****
    Is this a cool way of saying 24 or did you mean 4th season with Pats?
    You could have went with, 1 score and 0 years ago a man set forth on his NFL journey…..

  6. Versus? What’s Versus?
    Oh, that’s that channel that we can’t get on satellite, right? They said that Comcast was charging too much.

  7. Tim says:
    October 13, 2009 2:07 PM
    Again, a heartwarming story to a team that’s going nowhere
    *******************************************
    And if you really believe the last part of that statement your a moron.
    He is being brought in for depth and veteran leadership, not to be a starter.
    But its all good, Hate on hater, hate on………..

  8. So – he retires in 2006 from San Diego. Then signs with the Patriots a few days later. Then, “retires” after 2008 season. And now is playing again.
    Where is the uproar? How dare someone keep changing his mind?

  9. When Kyle Orton dissects your defense you tend to overreact. He looked so horrible in Chicago and all. The problem is that the bears suck not Kyle Orton.

  10. Junior Seau: “I am not retiring, I am graduating…”
    LIAR!!!!!! haha.
    Oh and he said that…4 YEARS AGO!!!

  11. “davis1281 says: October 13, 2009 2:50 PM
    He is being brought in for depth and veteran leadership, not to be a starter.”
    If that’s the case, they could have had Dick Butkus for a lot less.

  12. davis1281 says:
    October 13, 2009 2:50 PM
    And if you really believe the last part of that statement your a moron.
    *******************************************
    I like how you use “your” instead of “you’re” like you’re cool. Learn english moron…YOUR Pats are going nowhere.

  13. Beelichick will trade Tom Brady to the bills for their 1st, 2nd and 3rd round picks, he will get no protection and everyoen will say he’s not a good QB anymore.

  14. @ zygi milf
    Seau also played for Miami for about 4 years before he retired after the 2005 season Before returning with New England.
    Now, he retired after the 2007 season, and had the outcome of SB42 been different, he would not have played again. The Patriots wanted him back late in 2008 since they were decimated by injury, and this year their future franchise LB is out and they are devoid of veteran leadership on defense.
    To your point- he’s never held a team hostage, he’s never demanded to have a say in personal decisions and he’s never forced his way off of and onto rosters because of perceived slights and/or personal vendettas. The guy is playing for a Super Bowl ring, nothing more, nothing less.

  15. Clearly, McDaniels was the key to Brady being Brady, and to Cassel being Almost Brady last year.
    Now Orton looks more like Brady and Brady looks more like….well, not Brady.
    When it comes to calling plays and to getting the most out of QB’s, Belichick is no McDaniels. That’s why the Patriots are so-so at this point.

  16. zygi milf says:
    October 13, 2009 2:55 PM
    So – he retires in 2006 from San Diego. Then signs with the Patriots a few days later. Then, “retires” after 2008 season. And now is playing again.
    Where is the uproar? How dare someone keep changing his mind?
    __________________________
    Very good! lmao

  17. Geeze the grammer nazi’s are out today bigtime.
    @Mr D
    “lmao his old ass”
    Have you seen the shape this guy is in ? If you are half his age and in perfect shape he could still snap you in half. You can only hope you’re in half as good condition as he’s in when you’re 40.

  18. Farve is a “me” guy
    Seau is a “team” guy
    Limited brain function may hinder you from understanding this at first.
    It will sink in over time.

  19. Tim says:
    October 13, 2009 3:33 PM
    davis1281 says:
    October 13, 2009 2:50 PM
    And if you really believe the last part of that statement your a moron.
    *******************************************
    I like how you use “your” instead of “you’re” like you’re cool. Learn english moron…YOUR Pats are going nowhere.
    ……………………………………………………………………………………
    Sorry little Timmy, I did not know I was being graded
    let’s play your game, why are they going nowhere?
    I would like to know what this is based on after only 5 games

  20. “Seahawk.” Before you chime in and try to sound intelligent, read it again and you will find out why I’m laughing at you! What a typical seahawk fan.
    As for the Pats fan davis1281 asking, “Why are they going nowhere?” That would be a great question to ask Bill Belichick.

  21. As for the Pats fan davis1281 asking, “Why are they going nowhere?” That would be a great question to ask Bill Belichick.
    @ Tim
    Belichick did not say it, you did.
    So again i will ask YOU, what is that based on?
    You don’t have to answer, it probably would not be valid or intelligent.

  22. But it would be funny. Like “seahawk’s” inability to comprehend a written conversation.
    What’s this: “Belichick did not say it, you did.”? I quoted YOUR question and then responded. What’s the matter with you?

  23. davis1281 says:
    October 13, 2009 2:50 PM
    Tim says:
    October 13, 2009 2:07 PM
    Again, a heartwarming story to a team that’s going nowhere
    *******************************************
    And if you really believe the last part of that statement your a moron.
    He is being brought in for depth and veteran leadership, not to be a starter.
    But its all good, Hate on hater, hate on………..
    _______
    It’s “you’re” NOT “your”…MORON.
    As well as “it’s” NOT “its”.
    Try getting your grammar and/or spelling correct BEFORE you call out ANYONE on their intelligence level…DUMBASS.
    Oh…and HATE was INVENTED in New England…developed from the near CENTURY of hatred in New England for how the Yankees DOMINATE your sorry ass baseball team. LMFAO!!!
    GFY, Pats fan LOSER.

  24. hayward giablommi says:
    October 13, 2009 3:34 PM
    @ zygi milf
    Seau also played for Miami for about 4 years before he retired after the 2005 season Before returning with New England.
    Now, he retired after the 2007 season, and had the outcome of SB42 been different, he would not have played again. The Patriots wanted him back late in 2008 since they were decimated by injury, and this year their future franchise LB is out and they are devoid of veteran leadership on defense.
    To your point- he’s never held a team hostage, he’s never demanded to have a say in personal decisions and he’s never forced his way off of and onto rosters because of perceived slights and/or personal vendettas. The guy is playing for a Super Bowl ring, nothing more, nothing less.
    ______
    Too bad he will NEVER get one. Ha ha ha ha!!!!

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