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Secondary a Big Concern for the Patriots?

How much of a true concern do you have about the Pats secondary as training camp gets set to roll? The Providence Journal seems to think it’s the most pressing need and biggest concern on the club:

Both corners who started in Super Bowl XLII, Asante Samuel and Ellis Hobbs, are in Philadelphia. In camp in New England will be veteran free agents Shawn Springs and Leigh Bodden, and youngsters Jonathan Wilhite and Terrence Wheatley. Bodden was available because the Lions didn’t want to pay the seven-figure bonus required to retain him. Springs, 33, may have lost a step in recent years with the Redskins. Tellingly, the Pats drafted safety Patrick Chung and cornerback Darius Butler in the second round to begin shoring up their suspect secondary.

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