Slater On Gresh & Zo: Got To Move On From ‘Pushing’ Penalty

October 23, 2013 5:00 PM
Slater On Gresh & Zo: Got To Move On From ‘Pushing’ Penalty
" The Patriots lost special teams captain Matthew Slater to a broken wrist, which he suffered in the team’s 13-10 win over the New York Jets back in Week 2. Six weeks later Slater is ready for action.

“Fully healthy ready to go just glad to be back up there on that field, I missed being out there with my teammates,” said Slater when he joined Gresh & Zo on Wednesday.

His stellar play on both kickoff and punt coverage earned him a spot in the last two Pro Bowls, and the team will be glad to get him back in the fold.

The guys took a look back at this Week 7 loss to the Jets and the penalty against the Patriots in overtime. Patriots defensive lineman Chris Jones was flagged for a penalty after the Jets missed a potential game-winning field goal in overtime "

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