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Sat, 15 Jun 2002 18:26:18 -0700
Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe reports recently released LB Andy Katzenmoyer has refused the team's request to be measured for a Super Bowl ring. Also, his future remains cloudy at this point. Katzenmoyer's neck apparently has never really felt well enough for him to consider a return to the Patriots. His agent, Neil Cornich, told the Associated Press, "Andy Katzenmoyer is physically unable to play pro football right now, and as far as the future is concerned, we'll just have to wait and see what happens."
Fri, 14 Jun 2002 11:50:32 -0700
Patriots.com reports the New England Patriots released LB Andy Katzenmoyer. A former 1st round pick, Katzenmoyer has been troubled with neck injuries over the last few years.
Sat, 08 Jun 2002 09:36:38 -0700
Dan Pires, of the New Bedford Standard-Times, reports New England Patriots LB Andy Katzenmoyer arrived in Foxboro on Friday and took a physical for the team. Results of the physical have not been released but it has been reported that Katzenmoyer is not physically ready to play despite having back-to-back surgeries to repair an injured spine.
Thu, 06 Jun 2002 18:35:38 -0700
The AP reports New England Patriots LB Andy Katzenmoyer missed Thursday's start of the team's mini-camp. There is concern that due to his neck injury, he'll never be back. "There's nothing new to report on Andy. It's the way it's been all year,'' coach Bill Belichick said in shedding little light on the linebacker's status.
Wed, 05 Jun 2002 08:58:09 -0700
The Boston Globe reports the New England Patriots may be close to parting ways with LB Andy Katzenmoyer. He was expected to show up at the teamís strength and conditioning program, but never did. He has been contemplating whether or not to resume his career following two neck surgeries.
Sun, 26 May 2002 09:45:45 -0700
According to Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe, the New England Patriots remain upset with LB Andy Katzenmoyer (neck) for staying away from the Patriots strength program. It would not be too surprising to see him released at some point.
Fri, 26 Apr 2002 22:28:01 -0700
Patriots.com reports coach Bill Belichick said there was nothing new to report Friday concerning LB Andy Katzenmoyer. Belichick said he has spoken with the linebacker. There was no indication as to whether Katzenmoyer would show up for the mandatory mini-camp later in the off-season.
Fri, 19 Apr 2002 10:14:24 -0700
The Boston Herald reports linebacker is a need area for the New England Patriots. The team only has two LBs on roster under 25 years of age. Those two are LBs Andy Katzenmoyer, who is likely done with football following a pair of neck surgeries, and Matt Chatham, who is a special-teams ace. With Roman Phifer possibly departing to Oakland, the strong side linebacker position must be addressed. The Patriots could look to address the position in the middle rounds of this weekend's draft because of a weak LB class.
Fri, 12 Apr 2002 01:36:44 -0700
Tom Curran reports for the Providence Journal New England Patriots coach Bill Bellichick discussed the situation surrounding QB Drew Bledsoe on Thursday. "I would be very surprised if anything -- and not that we're looking to do anything -- but I'd be very surprised if anything happened before the draft in that area," Belichick said when asked about a potential Bledsoe trade. Bledsoe is boycotting the team's voluntary off-season workouts at Foxboro Stadium. He and LB Andy Katzenmoyer are the only two players under contract not attending, who haven't either shown up or contacted the team about their offseason workout plans.
Sat, 23 Mar 2002 21:11:05 -0800
Tom Curran reports for the Providence Journal don't count out a return to the NFL by New England Patriots LB Andy Katzenmoyer. He's coming off neck surgery and a lot of people figure he won't be back. Agent Neil Cornrich said Thursday that Katzenmoyer is on the road back after missing all of the Patriots' championship season. "I talked to him (Wednesday) and he can't wait to get back to football," said Cornrich. The agent went as far to say Katzenmoyer could be back at the same level he performed before.
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