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Randy Moss trade: Bill Belichick says there was never incident, problem

New England Patriots Coach Bill Belichick decided to do a little air-clearing about the trade of wide receiver Randy Moss to the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday.

"It's a combination of things," he told the media at Gillette Stadium about his decision to move Moss. "But I will say this there was never any incident or discipline problem with Randy because there never has been one with me in four years and it certainly wasn't about contract or money.

"I think Randy showed and proved the first year he was here what that was all about. He re-did his contract and made the whole deal work, so I think you can eliminate those two things."

Branch back to Boston?

Talks between the Seattle Seahawks and the Patriots about a trade that would send wide receiver Deion Branch, New England's Super Bowl XXXIX MVP, back to the Pats have begun again, The Seattle Times reports. Branch

By Cindy Boren  | October 7, 2010; 1:01 PM ET
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He rambled on for 16 minutes that day, a steam of consciousness rant, as if the psychiatrist's couch. He said that his back ached, said all evil. Several times he referred to himself old, because he knows that in football terms, it is that football is no country for old men, although in the real world 33 is very young. It was a strange explosion that day, full of fear and doubt and frustration, if different from the usual postgame pablum we receive a testimony of shots. Deion Branch

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