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PFW Says Kaczur Adjusting Through Minicamp

From: Pro Football Weekly

Patriots OL Nick Kaczur, whose personal life has been shrouded in controversy since it was revealed that he’d been working as an informant for the Drug Enforcement Administration, has spent minicamp adjusting to a new role in his professional life. The weak link of the team’s line at right tackle last season, Kaczur has shifted inside to right guard, although the move may be only temporary. With the jury out on the health status of 2007 starting ORG Stephen Neal (knee) and Ryan O’Callaghan replacing Kaczur at right tackle for the time being, the right side of the line will be anything but set entering training camp.


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One Response to “PFW Says Kaczur Adjusting Through Minicamp”

  1. Jerie O'Connor says:

    Newly signed free agent RT Oliver Ross should provide training camp competition for Ryan O’Callaghan if not win the job outright when his injuries are fully healed. Nick Kaczur will shift to RG to backup Stephen Neal who is recovering from offseason shoulder surgury from injuries that knocked him out of the 2008 Super Bowl in the 1st Qtr. Kaczur may start the season at RG if Neal is not fully healed by then. Otherwise the Patriots starting O-Line is set with last Year’s Pro Bowlers C Dan Koppen, LG Logan Mankins and LT Matt Light manning their posts again.

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