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Pats Release Veteran OL Ross

The Pats today made a roster move, releasing veteran offensive lineman Oliver Ross. The 10-year vet has been dealing with a shoulder injury the whole season, and has yet to play a down in 2008. He has appeared in 89 games for four different teams since being drafted by the Cowboys in the fifth round of the 1998 draft. The team has not announced a move as of yet as to who will take Ross’ place on the roster.


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One Response to “Pats Release Veteran OL Ross”

  1. Jerie O'Connor says:

    No one will take Oliver Ross’s place on the active roster since OL Ross was on the Reserve Inactive List not the 53-man roster.

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