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Pats Agree to Terms with Veteran OL Oliver Ross


The Pats have added some depth to the O-line, as today they came to terms with offensive lineman Oliver Ross.  The 33-year-old is a 10-year vet, and has played with the Cowboys, Eagles, Steelers and Cardinals.  He has played in 89 career games and has 52 starts.  His best success came in his four years with the Steelers from 2000 to 2004.  He was signed by the Arizona Cardinals as an unrestricted free agent prior to the 2005 season, starting 12 games while seeing action at both offensive tackle spots. He played in 11 games with five starts in 2006 before missing the entire 2007 season with a triceps injury.

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