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Jackson Wants To Be Brady's Go-To Guy

With Deion Branch on the opposite coast, the Patriots have only one receiver with at least a full season of game experience from last year's team. WR Troy Brown is the team's leading receiver through the first two games. But that's why New England traded up to get a playmaker. The Patriots knew David Givens wouldn't return, and they wanted insurance just in case Branch held out.

After months of trying to learn the New England offense and then dealing with a lingering hamstring injury that cost him all but three training camp practices and delayed his pro debut, second-round pick Chad Jackson finally got on the field for the Patriots in last Sunday's win over the Jets. And as he's expected to for a team that recently traded Deion Branch and previously lost David Givens...

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