BREAKING: Patriots Release Three Veterans

The first set of roster cuts have transpired with three veteran players who were deemed to be expendable by the team. With a number of other roster cuts soon to be expected the only mild surprise in this first round is veteran signal caller Rohan Davey.

BREAKING: Patriots Release Three Veterans
By Patriots Insider Staff

The New England Patriots have announced the release of three players from their roster. Among those names is veteran signal caller Rohan Davey. The text of the release can be found below.

Patriots Press Release:

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - The New England Patriots released quarterback Rohan Davey, running back Cedric Cobbs and safety Dexter Reid today.

Davey, 27, was drafted by the Patriots in the fourth round (117th overall) of the 2002 NFL Draft. In three seasons in New England, the 6-foot-2-inch, 245-pound signal caller played in seven games and completed eight-of-19 passes for 88 yards. The Louisiana State product played in NFL Europe in the spring of 2004, where he was named the 2004 NFL Europe League Offensive Player of the Year and led the Berlin Thunder to the World Bowl XII championship. That season, he led the league with 19 touchdown passes and a 105.9 passer rating, while starting all 11 games and leading Berlin to a 10-1 record.

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