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JUDGE: Stand-up Bledsoe willing to take a seat for team
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NEW ORLEANSFive years ago, Drew Bledsoe demonstrated his worth as a quarterback when he led the New England Patriots to the Super Bowl. Now that they¿re back about to play in the same building where they lost Super Bowl XXXI Bledsoe¿s in the process of making another statement. Only this one has nothing to do with what¿s happening on the field and everything to do with what¿s not. And what¿s not happening is Bledsoe. He doesn¿t start, and he hasn¿t since he was hurt in the second game of the season. In fact, he¿s played only once in the last 16 games, taking over for Tom Brady when he sprained his left ankle in last weekend¿s defeat of Pittsburgh.
|Super Salaries: Comparing the quarterbacks|
|Drew Bledsoe||Patriots||10 years, $103 million||$3.4 million|
|Tom Brady||Patriots||3 years, $849,000||$298,000|
|Kurt Warner||Rams||7 years, $46.5 million||$1.5 million|