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Source: Keep an eye on the Pats and Larry Johnson

When the Chiefs cut Larry Johnson, we mentioned that a source had previously told us Patriots coach Bill Belichick wouldn’t want a guy like Johnson around.

Now that Johnson is available (if he clears waivers), the same source now tells us to keep an eye on the Pats.

Of course, the Patriots will only have a shot at Johnson if none of the lower-tier teams submit a waiver claim. 

And the only way one of the lower-tier teams will have any chance at Johnson will be to submit a waiver claim.

If Johnson hits the open market, he’ll never choose to sign with a bad team.  He wants to play and play well as he chases a contract on the open market in what likely will be an uncapped year.

The best recent example of this phenomenon comes from the team that cut Johnson.  Last week, the Chargers released receiver Chris Chambers.  And the Chiefs, who likely would have had no shot at signing him as a free agent, squatted on his contract via waivers.

With Chambers in the final year of his contract, he contributed two touchdowns in his first game, on a short week.

So if the Redskins or any other team on the wrong side of .500 wants Larry Johnson, the clock is ticking.  Once 4:00 p.m. ET rolls around, Johnson will be aiming more for the penthouse — and Bill Belichick’s desire to win a fourth Super Bowl title could be strong enough to persuade him to put Johnson on a one-strike arrangement like the one under which Randy Moss was operating in 2007.

The possibility that Johnson will land with the Patriots now makes us wonder whether another team might make a waiver claim for Johnson in the hopes of blocking his path to New England.   

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52 Responses to “Source: Keep an eye on the Pats and Larry Johnson”
  1. kramer says: Nov 10, 2009 10:18 AM

    so your source is covering bases both ways eh? keep ‘reporting’ like this and you’ll never be wrong

  2. pfii63 says: Nov 10, 2009 10:19 AM

    As a Pats fan, I don’t want this ass in New England… Turning randy Moss around was easy because Randy wanted to turn things around after a handful of mistakes. Johnson’s entire adult life is a string of mistakes.
    Wrong attitude. Wrong guy. Wrong team. Just like Vick didn’t come to Foxborough, neither will Johnson.

  3. TheDPR says: Nov 10, 2009 10:23 AM

    Why would any Patriots rival want to block Johnson from going to the Patriots? He’s horrible both as a human being and as a football player. His tank is empty. May as well sign Edgerrin James; at least he’s a good character guy. They both have about the same ability right now.
    As an Eagles fan I would love for the Redskins to sign him.

  4. whywerule says: Nov 10, 2009 10:24 AM

    I don’t know, Johnson may have too much baggage even for Belichick. People point at Randy Moss but I’m not convinced the Moss baggage was as formidable as the Johnson baggage. And, unlike Johnson, Moss is obviously a HOF talent.

  5. Phokus says: Nov 10, 2009 10:24 AM

    Uh this is pure conjecture, why even bother posting this ‘story’?

  6. cowboys suck says: Nov 10, 2009 10:24 AM

    I guess the first thing to look for is which RB they cut. They’d definitley have to cut one of the 3, either Morris, Faulk or Maroney. Maroney is a beast though. I’d love to have an LJ – Maroney combo. And if I know Coach Cheating Bastard…I mean Billichek…he’ll pounce. The Patriots could care less about class and the press they’ll get, sounds like a great fit.

  7. J says: Nov 10, 2009 10:26 AM

    If L.J. has any brains he will take a pay cut if he must and sign with the Patriots.

  8. cowboys suck says: Nov 10, 2009 10:30 AM

    What I am reading is The Pats are not interested, but Texans are opely discussing LJ.

  9. GRpatriot says: Nov 10, 2009 10:33 AM

    Doesn’t Larry want to play for a Black coach?
    Mike Tomlin would seem to fit the bill.

  10. Tobias Fünke says: Nov 10, 2009 10:43 AM

    LJ wouldn’t play on special teams and would take a roster spot from players who are clearly better and more useful than him at this stage of his career.
    I have a feeling the only people advancing the ‘LJ to NE’ rumor are LJ’s immediate family and/or agent.

  11. Cardsfan81 says: Nov 10, 2009 10:45 AM

    It would be very interesting to see LJ in New England under the stucture and dicipline of Belichick.
    Of course this would piss off the talking head haters (you know who you are) to the tenth degree. Most would like to see LJ banished to Siberia or the Oakland Raiders.
    Belichick wants to win and they will have “internal” discussion on the matter of LJ.
    Would Belichick stick it to Pioli and Haley by signing LJ ? I don’t know. But it sure is delightful thinking about it. Just what the Patriots need a down hill runner with power.
    From a football perspective, very interesting, very interesting indeed.

  12. Phokus says: Nov 10, 2009 10:46 AM

    Also, Sammy Morris is coming back soon and Fred Taylor will be available in December. This story just doesn’t add up.

  13. DC_Bengals_Fan says: Nov 10, 2009 10:47 AM

    “If Johnson hits the open market, he’ll never choose to sign with a bad team. He wants to play and play well as he chases a contract on the open market in what likely will be an uncapped year.”
    Why? Which would be better for his next contract – to go to a bad team where he can start and rack up yards (if he has the ability, which I’m sure he thinks he does), or go to a good team and rarely touch the ball?
    I can’t think of many good teams that are just a RB away who will let him come in and get many carries. Haven’t been any high-profile RB on IR yet.
    The most similar situation to Larry Johnson would be Cedric Benson last year – “bad character” guy, underperformed, released. Went to a bad team, was able to take over as the primary RB, turned it into a starting job and a rehabbed career.
    Not saying LJ has as much in the tank as Benson. But that’s still the blueprint.

  14. ZombieRevolution says: Nov 10, 2009 10:48 AM

    “a source had previously told us Patriots coach Bill Belichick wouldn’t want a guy like Johnson around.”
    “the same source now tells us to keep an eye on the Pats.”
    It’s clear your source has a firm read on the Patriots organization and is highly crediable…

  15. hayward giablommi says: Nov 10, 2009 10:49 AM

    Come on Florio. I’m not one of these “Florio hates my time waah” people, but you are starting to make me wonder.
    The Patriots are NOT going to sign Larry Johnson. Not today, not tomorrow, not this offseason, never. Mr. and Mrs. Kraft, like them or not, have made it clear that they will not employ certain types of people, violent mysogenists being one.
    You said it yourself yesterday, your “source” says there’s no way this would happen.
    Which begs the question, are you just making crap up, throwing the Patriots name out there just too generate hits/hate/buzz?

  16. Shadenfreuder says: Nov 10, 2009 10:50 AM

    You’re right GRPatriot. Or, even better, he could go play for Raheem Morris along with his 3 black quarterbacks.

  17. KevinFaulk-an-a says: Nov 10, 2009 10:59 AM

    @cowboys suck
    Are you smoking crack?
    You think the Pats would consider cutting Faulk, Maroney or Morris for the likes of LJ? Wow, man. Far out.
    Faulk has been the most underrated player in the NFL for years. Bill knows how valuable he is though.
    Morris is hurt quite a bit, but I’d rather have a hurt Sammy than a healthy Larry.
    And your choice of adjectives for Maroney is suspicious at best. While I certainly like him, and continue to hold hope for him, I don’t think, “Beast” is the word for him. He too, is 10 times betterthan the idiot Larry Johnson.
    I know that there will be a team out there that signs LJ, but it won’t be the Pats. There is no need. BB won’t take on a “project” just for the sake of taking on a “project”.
    I think that LJ is going to need a little Dungy action. He is a loser.

  18. Asswipe Johnson (Pronounced Az-Wee-Pay) says: Nov 10, 2009 10:59 AM

    Mike Florio said:
    “The possibility that Johnson will land with the Patriots now makes us wonder whether another team might make a waiver claim for Johnson in the hopes of blocking his path to New England.”
    This is one of the reasons I had the Jets on my short list in here yesterday. The loss of Leon Washington combined with the age and recent workload of Thomas Jones is another. And before anyone says it…Yes, I am aware they have the rookie Shonn Greene. The facts are this teams wants to run the ball and is now a running back short in the rotation…and jumping on Braylon Edwards right in the middle of his punching a bar owner, shows this Jets team has no real concerns about character issues.
    Good thinking, Florio.

  19. cloudnine says: Nov 10, 2009 11:03 AM

    Patriots need to control the ball against Indy and keep it out of Manning’s hand. Is there any doubt that Johnson will play ONE good game to show everyone how stupid KC is? Sign him, play him that ONE game and cut him.

  20. PFTiswhatitis says: Nov 10, 2009 11:14 AM

    great source…NOT

  21. Ranoversquarells says: Nov 10, 2009 11:26 AM

    As a Pats fan I say sign him to the min with heavy incentives.
    If he produces he gets to sign elsewhere next year for bigger money. If he doesn’t produce or go on a Ike Turner spree then just cut him with little or no effect to our cap.
    The effect it would have on “chemistry” would be marginal at worst given that he has no roots nor supporters in the organization.

  22. hayward giablommi says: Nov 10, 2009 11:38 AM

    “The possibility that Johnson will land with the Patriots now makes us wonder whether another team might make a waiver claim for Johnson in the hopes of blocking his path to New England.”
    Good thinking, Florio.
    ^^^^^^
    Sure, let’s hope that the Jesters do one of their “strike preemptively so that Pats can’t get him” moves.
    Because that worked out so well with Vernon Gholston (who?)…

  23. ampats says: Nov 10, 2009 11:49 AM

    This must be the same source that said Mike Vick would sign with the Pats this summer.
    NEVER going to happen !!! Sammy Morris is getting healthy and Taylor will be ready in December for the stretch run.
    The chance of this happening is equal to the chance Tampa Bay makes the Super Bowl this year.
    Florio, is always looking to stir the pot when it comes to NE.

  24. Tdk24 says: Nov 10, 2009 11:51 AM

    You don’t have to call me a “source”. It’s okay to say that tdk24 told you this would happen.

  25. Joe in Toronto, Canada says: Nov 10, 2009 11:53 AM

    # GRpatriot says: November 10, 2009 10:33 AM
    Doesn’t Larry want to play for a Black coach?
    Mike Tomlin would seem to fit the bill.
    ===================================
    I’m sure Tony Dungy has told him to stay away from white coaches.

  26. Frank says: Nov 10, 2009 12:20 PM

    As for Larry Johnson signing with New England, the following appears in a Boston Newspaper:
    The Kansas City Chiefs released running back Larry Johnson, the troubled former star. Belichick took steps to say Johnson wouldn’t become a Patriot.
    “I would doubt it,” Belichick said during his weekly WEEI radio interview.
    Although not a very strong denial, Belichick’s “I would doubt it” means it’s not going to happen. Kill the story Florio.

  27. troy brown80 says: Nov 10, 2009 12:39 PM

    This doesnt make sense at all. the pats offense requires versatility from its backs. johnson is a one dimensional power back who is useless in the passing game. plus he’s an a-hole. i’d love it if the jets signed him tho

  28. Asswipe Johnson (Pronounced Az-Wee-Pay) says: Nov 10, 2009 12:40 PM

    “Sure, let’s hope that the Jesters do one of their “strike preemptively so that Pats can’t get him” moves.
    Because that worked out so well with Vernon Gholston (who?)…”
    Yep, it worked out about as well as Belichick taking a fullback (Tommy Vardell – who?) with a top ten pick in the draft…hey maybe little Bill will do it again in the next one with that Seymour pick…

  29. Occam says: Nov 10, 2009 12:49 PM

    “a source had previously told us Patriots coach Bill Belichick wouldn’t want a guy like Johnson around.”
    “the same source now tells us to keep an eye on the Pats.”
    I totally agree. And I disagree.

  30. Brohamma says: Nov 10, 2009 12:50 PM

    “Fragile” Fred is getting ready to return as is Sammy. Finally, Maroney is just beginning to hit his stride. His first step towards the hole is much more explosive and he’s starting to just “crash in there” instead of dancing around and getting a foot pulled out from under him.
    There is NO WAY that Johnson lands in New England.

  31. hayward giablommi says: Nov 10, 2009 1:02 PM

    “Yep, it worked out about as well as Belichick taking a fullback (Tommy Vardell – who?) with a top ten pick in the draft…hey maybe little Bill will do it again in the next one with that Seymour pick…”
    ^^^^^^
    That’s Touchdown Tommy Vardell to you…
    Hate on Belichick all you want, but we New Englanders don’t hold it against Belichick for iffy Cleveland picks from 16 years. He has had a handful of early round busts in NE, but he’s had many more successes, not to mention mid to late round success (6th rd pick from Michigan?) and undrafted free agents who have stepped in and performed.

  32. tj.52 says: Nov 10, 2009 1:05 PM

    Was this the same “source” that told you Vick was coming to New England?
    There’s an old saying Florio:
    Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, time to get some new sources so I don’t keep looking like a jackass.
    FWIW, Randy Moss doesn’t deserve the Larry Johnson comparison. Randy never beat his ho, he just slapped em.

  33. Hovenaut says: Nov 10, 2009 1:17 PM

    C’mon to DC, LJ. It’s all warm and fuzzy here. Could’ve used you on the sideline in Atlanta, think one of their coaches had a pool stick…

  34. kirt says: Nov 10, 2009 1:21 PM

    Sign LJ. LJ has something that the Cheifs don’t have Talent. LJ still have years to go give him a real line and you will see. This is comming from a Chief fan on 46yrs.

  35. ampats says: Nov 10, 2009 1:28 PM

    Hayward, don’t waste your time responding to asswipe. He embarrassed himself with his lack of knowledge of pro football yesterday citing all the “poor” first round selections by BB. He even included Pete Carroll’s picks. Katzenmoyer & Woody(who starts for the Jests)
    Terrible 1st round picks:
    Seymour
    Warren
    Graham(went to Denver via FA)
    Wilfork
    Maroney
    Merriweather
    Mayo
    All starters today except maybe Maroney where jury is still out.
    Take your posts and put them with your screen name!

  36. chunga says: Nov 10, 2009 1:30 PM

    I just saw Larry Johnson walking down Rt. 1 in Foxboro.

  37. Asswipe Johnson (Pronounced Az-Wee-Pay) says: Nov 10, 2009 1:32 PM

    “That’s Touchdown Tommy Vardell to you…
    Hate on Belichick all you want, but we New Englanders don’t hold it against Belichick for iffy Cleveland picks from 16 years. He has had a handful of early round busts in NE, but he’s had many more successes, not to mention mid to late round success (6th rd pick from Michigan?) and undrafted free agents who have stepped in and performed.”
    I’m not hating on Belichick…he has done very well.
    Just setting those Pats fans (out there) straight who have a GOD complex when it comes to Belichick doing no wrong.
    Sure Mike (Tannenbaum) and the Jets have their Gholston pick…but for every Gholston pick they have…little Bill has a Vardell, Maroney, Langham etc pick to match.
    Mike has had some pretty good picks over there too in his own right…Revis, Mangold, DaaaaaBrick, Harris, Rhodes, Keller etc.
    You know the names, those same guys who beat you earlier this year. ;)

  38. bbq says: Nov 10, 2009 1:40 PM

    tj.52 said:
    “FWIW, Randy Moss doesn’t deserve the Larry Johnson comparison. Randy never beat his ho, he just slapped em.”
    Um, I don’t know where you’re getting your information but “FWIW”, Larry Johnson (despite being the shithead he has been) never beat a woman nor was he charged in any domestic violence case.
    Larry’s cases were assault cases, one in which he shoved a woman aside in a nightclub and one in which he spit a drink in a woman’s face, also at a nightclub.
    Let’s not make accusations that insinuate that Larry Johnson beat his girlfriend, when that didn’t happen. That’s really messed up.
    ps. you’re a moron.

  39. Minnesota Nice says: Nov 10, 2009 1:41 PM

    The Pats (or any other team) should also sign Will Shields if they pick up LJ… that was the last time he was noteworthy.

  40. hayward giablommi says: Nov 10, 2009 1:45 PM

    @ ampats
    Thanks for the heads up, didn’t catch that argument.
    Maybe we can blame that Hart Lee Dykes pick on Belichick too?

  41. shamalamadingdong says: Nov 10, 2009 1:49 PM

    Asswipe Johnson (Pronounced Az-Wee-Pay) says:
    November 10, 2009 12:40 PM
    “Sure, let’s hope that the Jesters do one of their “strike preemptively so that Pats can’t get him” moves.
    Because that worked out so well with Vernon Gholston (who?)…”
    Yep, it worked out about as well as Belichick taking a fullback (Tommy Vardell – who?) with a top ten pick in the draft…hey maybe little Bill will do it again in the next one with that Seymour pick…
    When you go full retard Asswipe, you don’t dick around. I’ll give you that.

  42. Asswipe Johnson (Pronounced Az-Wee-Pay) says: Nov 10, 2009 1:59 PM

    ampats says
    “Hayward, don’t waste your time responding to asswipe. He embarrassed himself with his lack of knowledge of pro football yesterday citing all the “poor” first round selections by BB.”
    Armpit, if you are gonna quote me, at least be accurate as opposed to falsely attributing something to myself that wasn’t said (“poor”).
    You are the same guy who was claiming that Belichick can easily replace 5 time Pro Bowler (and 3 time All Pro) Richard Seymour with the 1st round pick they are getting back from Oakland.
    While I am the guy who showed you that for 9 years now, Belichick only has 2 Pro Bowl appearances (0 All Pros) to show for in the first round other than Seymour. As Wilfork has just one and Logan Mankins has one. As I told you once before, at best Belichick has a 1 and 10 chance of hitting another Richard Seymour.
    If you wanna see real skills in drafting boy, check out either the Pittsburgh Steelers drafts or Bill Parcells drafts over the past 9 years. That’s skill in drafting.
    Oh and you forgot Belichick’s first ever pick for the Pats, Adrian Klemm. LOL.

  43. JimPaek says: Nov 10, 2009 2:07 PM

    To Phokus and other similar posters,
    You wrote: “Uh this is pure conjecture, why even bother posting this ‘story’?”
    ————————————————–
    Why bash Florio for speculating based on a rumor from a source? The conjecture was posted in a section titled “Latest News and Rumors.” Is everything Florio posts going to turn out to be true? Nope, but what makes this site great is reading about rumors and speculation that may potentially happen. If you want pure factual stories, you need to go elsewhere.

  44. Asswipe Johnson (Pronounced Az-Wee-Pay) says: Nov 10, 2009 2:08 PM

    Armpit, if you are gonna quote me, at least be accurate as opposed to falsely attributing something to myself that wasn’t said (“poor”).
    You are the same guy who was claiming that Belichick can easily replace 5 time Pro Bowler (and 3 time All Pro) Richard Seymour with the 1st round pick they are getting back from Oakland.
    While I am the guy who showed you that for 9 years now, Belichick only has 2 Pro Bowl appearances (0 All Pros) to show for in the first round other than Seymour. As Wilfork has just one and Logan Mankins has one. As I told you once before, at best Belichick has a 1 and 10 chance of hitting another Richard Seymour.
    If you wanna see real skills in drafting boy, check out either the Pittsburgh Steelers drafts or Bill Parcells drafts over the past 9 years. That’s skill in drafting.
    So enough with all the Belichick ball washing…your lips are getting chapped and your tongue must be tired.

  45. ampats says: Nov 10, 2009 2:29 PM

    asswipe, take a look at your post yesterday if you want to deny it.
    I’m the same guy that said—-, where? what ?Never said any of the dribble you wrote. I only said that it made sense to trade Seymour for a #1 since he will be leaving via FA.
    Get your facts straight before you continue to post your stupidity .I’ll take my own advise and not waste anymore time responding to a moron.
    Funny how the same losers post stupid statements on Patriot related articles.
    You really need to get a life.

  46. shamalamadingdong says: Nov 10, 2009 2:30 PM

    Asswipe Johnson (Pronounced Az-Wee-Pay) says:
    November 10, 2009 1:59 PM
    Oh and you forgot Belichick’s first ever pick for the Pats, Adrian Klemm. LOL.
    Sadly we don’t remember Adrian. I think our 6th round pick that year clouds our memory.

  47. tj.52 says: Nov 10, 2009 2:47 PM

    @bbq:
    Johnson has been arrested four times since 2003 on various assault charges against women. In 2003, he was arrested for felony aggravated assault and misdemeanor domestic battery for waving a gun at his then-girlfriend, during an argument at his home. The charges were dropped when Johnson agreed to participate in a domestic violence diversion program. In 2005, he was again arrested for assault when a woman accused Johnson of pushing her to the ground, but the case was dropped after the alleged victim failed to appear in court for three different hearings. His third arrest for assault came on February 24, 2008, after allegedly pushing a woman’s head at a nightclub that night. On October 10, 2008, Johnson was arrested for the fourth time and charged with one count of non-aggravated assault for allegedly spitting a drink in a woman’s face at a Kansas City nightclub on October 11. In March 2009 Johnson pleaded guilty to the two incidents in 2008 and was sentenced to two years probation.
    My source:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_Johnson_(American_football)
    Johnson WAS arrested for domestic battery and was in fact arrested 4 times for violence against women. Sounds like he did beat some hos.
    Know what your talking about before you spout off, jackass.

  48. Asswipe Johnson (Pronounced Az-Wee-Pay) says: Nov 10, 2009 4:33 PM

    armpits,
    I looked at both our postings from yesterday and I still see you implying the Belichick makes great first round picks and will be able to replace Seymour’s production with Oakland’s first round pick next year.
    When in fact, Belichick hasn’t produced another player on Seymour’s level in 5 first round picks with Cleveland and 7 first round picks in New England. Belichick has gotten a grand total of 2 Pro Bowls from 12 first round picks other than Seymour.
    So I stand by the fact that New England should have resigned Seymour this offseason, taken his 3-4 more years of All Pro/Pro Bowl type production and been happy with it. Your window in New England with Brady and Moss is roughly 3-4 more years. At which point both players will be 36 years old and likely on the decline or retiring. Seymour will be 34 then…

  49. Asswipe Johnson (Pronounced Az-Wee-Pay) says: Nov 10, 2009 4:34 PM

    armpits,
    I looked at both our postings from yesterday and I still see you implying the Belichick makes great first round picks and will be able to replace Seymour’s production with Oakland’s first round pick next year.
    When in fact, Belichick hasn’t produced another player on Seymour’s level in 5 first round picks with Cleveland and 7 first round picks in New England. Belichick has gotten a grand total of 2 Pro Bowls from 12 first round picks (other than Seymour).
    So I stand by the fact that New England should have resigned Seymour this offseason, taken his 3-4 more years of All Pro/Pro Bowl type production and been happy with it. Your window in New England with Brady and Moss is roughly 3-4 more years. At which point both players will be 36 years old and likely on the decline or retiring. Seymour will be 34 then…

  50. RavensFreak00 says: Nov 10, 2009 4:56 PM

    Yeah, and the same thing was said about Michael Vick and Julius Peppers too.

  51. CornFlorio says: Nov 10, 2009 6:02 PM

    hayward giablommi says:
    November 10, 2009 1:02 PM
    “Yep, it worked out about as well as Belichick taking a fullback (Tommy Vardell – who?) with a top ten pick in the draft…hey maybe little Bill will do it again in the next one with that Seymour pick…”
    ^^^^^^
    That’s Touchdown Tommy Vardell to you…
    Hate on Belichick all you want, but we New Englanders don’t hold it against Belichick for iffy Cleveland picks from 16 years. He has had a handful of early round busts in NE, but he’s had many more successes, not to mention mid to late round success (6th rd pick from Michigan?) and undrafted free agents who have stepped in and performed.
    _________
    Getting Brady was PURE LUCK, son…otherwise, why didn’t Belichick pick him MUCH SOONER? Funny that all of you Pats fan MORONS conveniently FORGET that the SIX picks taken by the Pats before Brady were ALL basically BUSTS (with the longest tenure among those picks being Adrian Klemm, their first rounder, who played for the Pats for three years before being shown the door, and the rest of the pics not amounting to much at all). Yeah, some genius…so much so that he leaves the prized Tom Brady (who he KNEW was going to be a superstar, if you listen to all of you Bill Buttkissers) twisting in the wind for FIVE ROUNDS before picking him. LMFAO!!!!

  52. shamalamadingdong says: Nov 10, 2009 8:16 PM

    CornFlorio says:
    November 10, 2009 6:02 PM
    Getting Brady was PURE LUCK, son…otherwise, why didn’t Belichick pick him MUCH SOONER? Funny that all of you Pats fan MORONS conveniently FORGET that the SIX picks taken by the Pats before Brady were ALL basically BUSTS (with the longest tenure among those picks being Adrian Klemm, their first rounder, who played for the Pats for three years before being shown the door, and the rest of the pics not amounting to much at all). Yeah, some genius…so much so that he leaves the prized Tom Brady (who he KNEW was going to be a superstar, if you listen to all of you Bill Buttkissers) twisting in the wind for FIVE ROUNDS before picking him. LMFAO!!!!
    And the other 31 teams who passed Brady approximately 5 times each? Did that make you “LMFAO” too? Sounds like, on that particular draft day, you may have suffered a prolapsed rectum, from which all your pro football knowledge now flows. Klemm was a second rounder by the way. We gave up our 1st pick to the Jets for the services Belichick.
    I’m not sure what your point is. Keep up the dazzling work. Very entertaining.

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