Patriots release Marcus Stroud
|07.28.11 at 10:50 am ET|
WEEI.com’s Christopher Price has confirmed that the Patriots have released defensive tackle Marcus Stroud. The Boston Herald’s Ian Rapoport was the first to report the release.
Stroud, a three-time All-Pro with the Jaguars, played the last two seasons for the Bills before being released in February. He then took a two-year with the Pats, but never took the field as a member of the team. The Patriots acquired defensive tackle Albert Haynesorth from Washington earlier on Thursday, which could have made Stroud expendable.
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