There is finally a Ventrone back on the New England Patriots.
The New England Patriots made a number of moves to meet the NFL roster limit of 75 players.
Monday will be a tough day for the New England Patriots — and all NFL teams for that matter — as they have until 4pm to trim their roster down to 75 players.
It’s starting to look like Wes Welker is going to be a no-show for the Patriots third preseason game on Friday night in Tampa against the Buccaneers.
Mike Lockhart from the show went down to New England Patriots training camp and caught up with safety Ross Ventrone and tried to get him to sing a few Bruce Springsteen tunes.
With Patriots training camp set to open on July 26, CBSBostonSports.com will break down the outlook for every position on the roster. Today’s breakdown is on the safeties.
Ross Ventrone has, once again, been released by the Patriots.
The New England Patriots’ on-again, off-again relationship with DB Ross Ventrone is back on again.
Due to injuries this season the Pats had to play some real no name guys. Adolfo was out in the parking lot at Gillette Stadium with some photos, asking fans if they could name the player. How well did they do?
The Pats added Tiquan Underwood to the roster and put Jeff Tarpinian on IR.