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By David Keene
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Topic - Jerod Mayo
New England linebacker Jerod Mayo will miss the rest of the season with the latest serious injury to a Patriots defensive star.
It's no secret that the New England Patriots defense has struggled to stop the pass this season.
New England's Albert Haynesworth returned to practice Tuesday, one day after he pleaded no contest to a charge of simple assault.
It's unanimous. And Tom Brady has outdone even himself.
Offensive lineman Logan Mankins played just eight games and still made the Pro Bowl.
"I just know after last year's disappointing loss, we're just trying to start over from scratch," Mayo said. "Hopefully, when we start winning a lot more games, we'll get some more pictures up."
A few minutes earlier, Drew Brees called an audible, and Patriots linebacker Jerod Mayo shouted to his defense to adjust, but Jeremy Shockey caught the pass on the right side of the end zone.