FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Safety Adrian Wilson has been released by New England.
The 13-year veteran did not play a snap for the Patriots in his one
season with the team after hurting his ankle in the preseason. He spent
all of 2013 on injured reserve, and New England announced his release
A four-time All-Pro pick, Wilson spent his first 12 seasons with the
Arizona Cardinals. Wilson has played in 181 career games with 162
starts, making 716 tackles, 25½ sacks and 27 interceptions.
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