The New England Patriots made their roster cuts to comply with an NFL mandate to trim rosters to 65 players not including NFL Europe exemptions or those on reserve lists during the week. The team parted ways with three on Monday and seven more on Tuesday. They will have to drop 17 more names according to last count. No player wants to be on that list, so expect a display of desperation by some who are going all out tonight to avoid "the Turk" on Sunday.
September 1, 2005
The NFL Europe League's regular season has come to a close. With Berlin and Amsterdan as the last teams standing, we take a look at the outstanding individual performances of Week Ten, as well as a season wrap-up of the New England Patriots who saw time on the playing fields of Europe.Stay tuned for more coverage on Patriots players in NFL Europe as Patriots Insider brings you additional analysis and commentary.
June 7, 2005
<P>The Patriots have a number of players overseas working on accumulating game experience to see if they can take that next stepin the NFL. While some of these players have seen time in the league, most haven't been able to stick to a team roster. One name Patriots fans will recognize, Michael Jennings, is now with a different team but having an impact. See what's going on in NFL Europe week One.</P>
April 6, 2005
<P>Player development is a crucial part of any professional sports program.NFL Europe continues to be a cultivation area for players who may want to fine tune their skills, gain valuale playing time, or just revive their career. Some of those players have included a number of well known Patriots such as Adam Vinatieri, Joe Andruzzi and Rohan Davey.</P><P>Doug Farrar of Seahawks.net shares the lowdown on NFL Europe and some of the recent news around the league.</P>
April 2, 2005