Randolph Charlotin
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Randolph Charlotin

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I spent the 1998 season writing for "Patriots Football Weekly/Patriots.com," put in a few years with "The Boston Globe" contributing to high school sports coverage and a year with "The West Roxbury-Parkway Transcript" sports department.

Life directed me towards a different form of media, but I never lost my love for writing and sports. My creativity doesn't stop with articles, as I've produced several on-camera interviews and even appeared on television, providing my perspectives on insights on the NFL.

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  • Sebastian Lena posted 593 days ago

    Sebastian Lena

    Nice to see you still doing your thing, Randolph. Keep up the good work.

  • Mike Dussault posted 637 days ago

    Mike  Dussault

    Long time since we last spoke! Glad to see you're still writing Pats, hope you're well and enjoying the season!

  • Austin Korte posted 869 days ago

    Austin Korte

    It deserved the 'like'! Or at least it did from the standpoint of the Bengals mocked picks. That would be a great first round if the two picks were Stephon Gilmore and Cordy Glenn. I like Stephon better than Dre Kirkpatrick because I believe he has a higher ceiling, especially with a coach like Mike Zimmer honing his technique. And as for Rivers... it was a hard decision to make, i'm sure, and it could turn out to be an okay one or a bad one. Guess we'll find out after we see him in action for the Giants. Thomas Howard played extremely well last year, so there really wasn't any chance of Rivers taking over starting duties from him barring Howard getting injuried, and even then Vincent Rey was a good enough backup. Rivers would have been owed more than $2 million just in 2012 alone, and that is quite an amount of money for a guy who would just be a backup, and whom could even just end up just riding the bench or I.R. if he was somehow unable to stay healthy again, which has been a common occurence throughout his career. He could be rusty coming back from his year off, so it may be better to net an extra draft pick (however late) out of it instead of risking him not being worth that $2 million only to end up losing him for nothing when he becomes a Free Agent next year. Maybe his wrist injury was degenerative, despite reports from Bengals officials that it was in fact not? Just further speculation. But you know Mike Brown anyways. The Bengals gain $2 million in spending money, get a draft pick for a guy who most likely would have been a backup with our solid enough linebacker corps, and will probably spend that pick on another OLB for depth (but a cheaper one, important to note).

  • Austin Korte posted 869 days ago

    Austin Korte

    It deserved the 'like'! Or at least it did from the standpoint of the Bengals mocked picks. And as for Rivers... it was a hard decision to make, i'm sure, and it could turn out to be an okay one or a bad one. Guess we'll find out after we see him in action for the Giants. Thomas Howard played extremely well last year, so there really wasn't any chance of Rivers taking over starting duties from him barring Howard getting injuried, and even then Vincent Rey was a good enough backup. Rivers would have been owed more than $2 million just in 2012 alone, and that is quite an amount of money for a guy who would just be a backup, and whom could even just end up just riding the bench or I.R. if he was somehow unable to stay healthy again, which has been a common occurence throughout his career. He could be rusty coming back from his year off, so it may be better to net an extra draft pick (however late) out of it instead of risking him not being worth that $2 million only to end up losing him for nothing when he becomes a Free Agent next year. Maybe his wrist injury was degenerative, despite reports from Bengals officials that it was in fact not? Just further speculation. But you know Mike Brown anyways. The Bengals gain $2 million in spending money, get a draft pick for a guy who most likely would have been a backup with our solid enough linebacker corps, and will probably spend that pick on another OLB for depth (but a cheaper one, important to note).