New Patriots RB Fred Taylor was the biggest name present at yesterday's organized team activity session, which included mostly players trying to make a mark in the NFL. Taylor, who is 16th on the NFL's all-time rushing list with 11,271 yards, already has made his mark, but yesterday was about trying to make a dent in the Patriots' playbook. "I just came here to do a job," said the 33-year-old Taylor, who signed a 2-year, $5 million deal in February. "I've been working in this business for 11 years. I want to learn the playbook, so I don't have to hesitate. I don't want to feel like a rookie out there. I listen. I've always been coachable. Whatever I've got to do I've got to do it, but it starts with learning the plays first." Taylor said the wrist he sprained working out in South Florida last month is fine.
Taylor's wrist fine
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