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Bruschi Back and Forth on if He Should Return in 2009

LB Teddy Bruschi is now 36, and is back and forth about if he’s going to come back to the Pats for the 2009 season. Today’s Boston Globe reports that right now Bruschi is leaving his options open:

Entering his 14th NFL season, Patriots LB Teddy Bruschi said yesterday this could be the final year of his career. Then again, it may not. Bruschi, whose contract expires after the 2009 season, is leaving his options open. “It has to be that way, not only for me but also the team,” Bruschi said prior to the Spaulding Hospital “Tee up with Tedy” golf tournament at TPC of Boston. “I have to give them everything I have this year and only think about what’s next. I’m going to prepare myself for this season, only think about this season, and when the season is over, which is a long ways away, then you think about delving into those decisions.” Bruschi, who turned 36 June 9, is coming off a 2008 season in which coaches credited him with 71 tackles, fourth on the team.


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