" It’s a question Bill Belichick, Josh McDaniels and Co. will have to ponder now that veteran wideout Jabar Gaffney was released by the Washington Redskins this week.
Gaffney, 31, found himself the odd man out after the Skins splurged for Pierre Garcon and Josh Morgan in free agency. That’s despite Gaffney’s team-leading numbers in receptions (68), receiving yards (947) and receiving touchdowns (5).
Now, Gaffney hits the free-agent market, and his history with the Patriots and with McDaniels out in Denver makes the Patriots seem like a very real possibility.
Gaffney was a solid contributor in New England in 2007 and ’08, catching 74 passes for 917 yards and seven touchdowns those two seasons. He then left to join McDaniels in Denver, where he averaged 60 catches, 804 yards and two touchdowns per season, before setting career highs last year in Washington in receptions and yards and tying a career high in touchdowns "
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