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Bill Belichick won't discuss Aqib Talib's future with team

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02:28 PM ET 01.21 | The Patriots season came to an end at the hands of the Ravens on Sunday night. Now with the offseason looming on the horizon, Bill Belichick and his staff have huge decisions to make in regards to their roster heading into 2013. Cornerback Aqib Talib is set to become an unrestricted free agent. He made an early exit in the AFC Championship with a thigh injury, and the Patriots secondary suffered without him. Belichick, though, isn't ready to reveal any information on Talib's potential with the team for the future.

Boston Herald

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January 21, 2013  02:39 PM ET

Bill Belichick won't discuss what he had for lunch with his wife either

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January 21, 2013  03:04 PM ET

It's probably best to wait and see whether Talib can stay out of trouble

January 21, 2013  03:18 PM ET
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Talib is going to get big dollars and I seriously doubt it will be from New England. Had he not gotten hurt twice in his brief stint with the team, I might think differently.

I'm in agreement.

January 21, 2013  03:56 PM ET

It was less than 12 Hours Since the ended and The Herald was an answer without a Coaches meeting, well that's The Herald for you!

January 21, 2013  05:20 PM ET

Bill Belichick won't discuss player contract negotiating issues with the media?
Wow, that's a surprise!
The Boston Herald posts some of the dumbest sports "reports" seen in New England.

January 21, 2013  06:46 PM ET

Game changed when he went out last night...

Regardless of if he stays or goes - the Patriots need CB's.

January 21, 2013  07:27 PM ET

Second note to Dan Snyder..... Keep that check book out....

January 22, 2013  02:33 AM ET
QUOTE(#8):

Game changed when he went out last night... Regardless of if he stays or goes - the Patriots need CB's.

And so do other NFL teams, so let's start the bidding war.

 
January 22, 2013  05:02 PM ET

You can never have too many good CBs!

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