It looks like the New England Patriots will be losing another member of their secondary today. S Rodney Harrisonis expected to make his decision regarding his retirement during a conference call to the media this morning. The Boston Globe and the Boston Herald are reporting that Harrison will be choosing to retire and will not return for another year in the NFL. The publications also touch on Harrison's immediate future plans.
DL Richard Seymouralso spoke about what lies ahead in his future. The 10 year veteran spoke with the *Boston Herald *about being in the last year of his contract and when asked if he wanted to remain a Patriot, he replied "Absolutely."
Another veteran who spoke with the media after yesterday's OTA was LB Tedy Bruschi. Bruschi is the longest tenured player left on the Patriots having spent his entire 13 year career with the organization. With the loss of veterans on the defense like Mike Vrabel, Bruschi told the *Boston Herald *"As a professional I have to try to help mold those guys [Pierre Woodsand Shawn Crable] and hope they learned from Vrabes what it's like to be an (outside linebacker) in this system."
Finally, After having a good individual season with the 0-16 Detroit Lions, LB Paris Lenonis excited about his oppurtunity to play for a team with a winning pedigree like the Patriots. After being asked about his development with the Patriots system, Lenon told the Providence Journal "I am not afraid to ask questions, right now, it's all about learning. I'm not looking too far into the future. I need to get this scheme down in my head because it's really involved."