The New England Patriots have cut safety Ross Ventrone, again. Ventrone has been off and on the…
Patriots promote Ross Ventrone
Thomas, 26, is a veteran of three NFL seasons with the Miami Dolphins and the Detroit Lions. Thomas, 6-4, 310 pounds, was signed by the Patriots on Sept. 14 and has played in four games with New England.
He originally entered the NFL as a sixth-round draft pick out of Connecticut in 2008 by Miami. After starting at right guard in the first game of the year as a rookie, he was forced to finish the season on injured reserve due to a foot injury suffered in that game.
Thomas started in 12 of 16 games for the Dolphins at right guard in 2009. He was released by Miami prior to the start of the 2010 season and signed with Detroit on Nov. 23, 2010 but was inactive for the final six games of the season. Thomas was released by Detroit on Sept. 3.
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