Pats Move Beyond Moss As They Prepare For The Ravens

Brady moving on with Branch and without Moss

By HOWARD ULMAN
AP Sports Writer
      FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) – Tom Brady isn't sure how the New
England Patriots' offense will change or opposing defenses will
play now that Randy Moss is gone.
      The quarterback does know he's tired of talking about the
departure of one of the NFL's most dangerous deep threats.
      Brady answered six questions Wednesday about the trade of Moss
to the Minnesota Vikings one week earlier. But when he was asked
another about whether something stopped working to cause the trade,
he said he's moved on and didn't want to discuss the subject
anymore.
      The Patriots play their first game since Moss was traded at home
Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens. Brady hopes wide receiver
Deion Branch, acquired from Seattle on Monday, can learn enough of
the offense to play.
      
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