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Versus.com has reported that veteran linebacker Junior Seau has signed a deal to return to the New England Patriots. Seau, the host of “Sports Jobs with Junior Seau”, will most likely make his season debut Sunday against the Titans.
“I’m very fortunate and honored to be involved with two class organizations — the New England Patriots and Versus,” Seau said in the statement. “I want to thank the management of both for making my return to the NFL with the New England Patriots a reality.”
This will mark the 20th season for the 40-year-old Seau, and his fourth for New England. The Patriots defense had been looking surprisingly good until they were ripped apart by Kyle Orton on Sunday. Seau’s veteran presence will be a handy tool for the young and inexperienced players on defense.