Alan Branch on lack of playing time: 'I control what I can control'
6 monthes ago - By Boston Herald
FOXBORO - Patriots defensive tackle Alan Branch feels like he had another “pretty good” week of practice. Will that lead to a return to the game-day lineup? He still doesn't know. “I control what I can control,” Branch said. “I go out there and practice, and makes the decision. The reasons why, I don't know.” Branch was left home in New England last week when the Patriots traveled to play the Buccaneers. The team told him the benching was for performance-related reasons, according to a source.
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