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A taste of Capers

By bringing in one of the NFL's brightest defensive minds, Bill Belichick believes his team's defense will benefit from . . .

Familiarity with the Belichick style of a 3-4 defense has helped new coach Dom Capers make a smooth transition to the Patriots. (Globe Photo / Robert E. Klein) Familiarity with the Belichick style of a 3-4 defense has helped new coach Dom Capers make a smooth transition to the Patriots.
By Christopher L. Gasper
Globe Staff / September 4, 2008

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FOXBOROUGH - The Patriots' biggest offseason acquisition didn't play a down last season. He won't don the shoulder pads once this year. He's not a reclamation project from another team or a veteran looking to reboot his career under the operating system of coach Bill Belichick. (Full article: 1273 words)

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