Travis Tripucka

#44LB,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 240
Born:
College: Massachusetts
Birth Place: Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Curran: Jets' 2015 tampering with Revis more extensive than NFL revealed
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    Curran: Jets' 2015 tampering with Revis more extensive than NFL revealed

    When the free-agency period officially begins on Mar. 9, it looks like there will be several newly-minted Super Bowl champions available for hire. And judging by the list Pro Football Focus published recently, the Patriots seem primed to lose more top-end talent via free agency than any other club in the league.  Of the Top 50 free agents scheduled to be available next month, according to PFF, five are Patriots: linebacker Dont'a Hghtower (No. 11), safety Duron Harmon (No. 17), corner Logan Ryan (No. 26), defensive end Jabaal Sheard (No. 27) and tight end Martellus Bennett (No. 28). Though the team doesn't have a single Top 10 player, per PFF, no other club has more than four (Cardinals, Redskins,

  • How Victor Cruz spends his money
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    How Victor Cruz spends his money

    Victor Cruz doesn't want to end up being a statistic. Cruz was released by the New York Giants on Monday. The good news is that he's been careful about his money since the start of his career. He may not be heading into retirement any time soon, but the wide receiver has been planning for it so that he won't end up broke, the way other players do. It all started with his first NFL paycheck in 2010. "Oh man. I remember holding it up into the light and making sure it was real. Kind of hiding it like is everybody else seeing this?" Cruz said. "It was definitely a moment where I knew things were different and where I had to take care of this and make sure I make this forever and ever and ever and

  • LB Dont'a Hightower a free agent fit for Kansas City?
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    LB Dont'a Hightower a free agent fit for Kansas City?

    Over the years, Chiefs general manager John Dorsey has surprised Kansas City fans by signing a high-profile free agent that, frankly, nobody saw coming. In 2015 it was receiver Jeremy Maclin, and 2016 it was right tackle Mitchell Schwartz. The Chiefs don’t have nearly as much cap room to sign a big free agent right now, but that hasn’t seemed to stop them in the past. There are ways the team could get around the cap, including roster bonuses, backloading contracts or cutting players to make room. For this reason, signing Patriots linebacker Dont’a Hightower to a deal doesn’t seem out of the question. Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com brought it up as a long-shot scenario that would make sense if the