Kraft addressed his team’s offseason moves, Mark Cuban’s comments about the NFL’s decline, and has stated he would like to have Vince Wilfork back on the team even after his release request a few weeks ago.
And in speaking to the Herald, Kraft put the kibosh on his team signing a particular free agent with a lengthy rap sheet — one that includes nine police incidents.
“We won’t be signing him,” Kraft said Monday regarding receiver Kenny Britt. “That won’t happen.”
After the Aaron Hernandez arrest, Patriots fans got the sense the team would have a different approach in courting new players "
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