It sounds like he won't be at any other Patriots practices either. Josina Anderson of ESPN reports that she's been told that Wayne “will not be there” after the team makes the cut to 53 players on Saturday afternoon. While that's not a great surprise
3:55 p.m.: The Houston Texans have released “Hard Knocks” fan favorite Charles James, according to the Houston Chronicle's John McClain. 3:43 p.m.: Some interesting context on Reggie Wayne's reported release, from
Reggie Wayne won't be haunting the Indianapolis Colts after all, at least not with Tom Brady. Reports say that the veteran wideout was one of Bill Belichick's cuts as the New England Patriots get down to 53 players.
When the Patriots released Reggie Wayne on Saturday, the team did so because Wayne asked to be released. So why didn't Wayne want to stay in New England? According to former Patriots quarterback Scott Zolak, Wayne wanted out because the former
It was a bit of a surprise when the Patriots released wide receiver Reggie Wayne to get down to the final 53-man roster on Saturday, especially when he signed with the team just over two weeks ago with a $485,000 signing bonus. Belichick said the