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Ed Wolfstein-USA TODAY Sports
The New England Patriots have cut former LSU quarterback Danny Etling, according to ESPN Football reporter Field Yates.

Elting worked out at quarterback and wide receiver during Patriots training camp.

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GeauxsomeMeaux55 months
He’s a great guy. He will be very successful!
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Tiger4life580355 months
I don’t understand why any tigers have anything bad to say about him. He’s no longer a QB at LSU but while he was here playing mediocre at the QB position he worked his arse off. That should have earned everyone’s support going forward.
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SomeLSUguy55 months
That was a lot of effort for an inaccurate statement... literally, not one post has anything bad to say about him.
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Tiger4life580355 months
I didn’t say anyone on this post did say anything bad about him, cock boy
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Lsu10120555 months
Still think Etling has a great coaching career ahead. Has the proper make up in my opinion.
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Steve Janowski55 months
he got that ring bah!
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ScaryClown55 months
Come join the rest of us in the office baw
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BabyTac55 months
Loved Etling. Was a gritty player for the Tigers in the worst offensive scheme in college football.
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rilesrick55 months
No problem be selling medical devices or MYHY within a week and making bank.
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DVinBR55 months
tGOAT will find somewhere and ball against NE
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paper tiger55 months
The writing was on the wall when he got moved to wr. Danny Etling in the NFL at wide out? Really? I think its amazing Etling made the roster last year at New England at quarterback. Good for him, not many people can say they played quarterback in the NFL, much less that they played for the Patriots. And he got a super bowl ring.
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SomeLSUguy55 months
Love him to death, wish nothing but the best for Etling... but he lasted longer than I thought he would on NE. He'll be alright though where ever he goes, whatever he does.
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UGATiger2655 months
He'll land on his feet. If the NFL doesn't work out, he's the type of guy you'd love to see come back and coach at LSU.
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Bucktail155 months
No
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Hope he is picked up by another team. He represented the Tiger Nation well while he was here.
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