courtesy bostonglobe.com
Steve Gregory was released last month by the New England Patriots due to salary cap reasons. Now the 31 year old believes that his best years are ahead of him, according to syracuse.com.

"I'm the healthiest I've ever been in my career. I'm just as athletic as when I first started out. I know the value I have. The experience I gained over the years makes me that much more of a player. Playing time and experience has really changed my game and evolved it to the point where I feel like I can have some of the best years of my career coming up, so I think those type of values are what teams should be looking at as opposed to just a number in age."

With eight NFL seasons under his belt, Gregory's agent has been reaching out to every team to inquire about him coming to play, with no luck so far. The next chance he may get will be draft day. But Gregory chimed in as well about his former club, and what he thinks of their options.

"it would definitely be a place I would love to go back to. I don't think it's something that they don't want to do, I loved it in New England. I got really close with the team and the coaches, and I really enjoyed my time out there."

No matter if he does come back to New England or not, he shall be remembered for his infamous touchdown run on the Mark Sanchez "Butt Fumble" on Thanksgiving. Gregory, who also spent six years with San Diego is still a free agent, and as of now there are no plans to go anywhere.

- Joshua Powers

Joshua Powers 4/07/2014 11:21:00 AM Edit

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