The New England Patriots have signed Warren, the third overall pick in the 2001 NFL draft.|||||||
Coach Bill Belichick announced the move Saturday after this year's draft, adding a player who hasn't fulfilled his potential in four seasons with Cleveland, two with Denver and three with Oakland, which released him on March 11. Cleveland drafted Warren three picks before New England took Richard Seymour. The Patriots traded Seymour to the Raiders before last season.
Warren is active for the Raiders' game against Chicago on Sunday.|||||||
Warren missed the previous four games with a quadriceps injury. He had seven tackles, three sacks and a forced fumble in his first four games - two starts.
Warren missed his fourth straight game with a quadriceps injury.|||||||
Terdell Sands will likely replace him.
Warren will miss the Raiders' game Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs with an injured quadriceps.|||||||
Warren, who leads the team with three sacks, will be missing his second straight game with the injury. He hurt himself in practice on Oct. 4 and has been sidelined ever since.
Warren will miss the Raiders' game on Sunday because of a thigh injury.|||||||
The Raiders don't anticipate this to be a long-term problem. Warren, obtained in a trade from Denver in the preseason, has sparked a pass rush that was nonexistent the first two weeks of the season. Terdell Sands, who was benched to make way for Warren earlier this year, will likely get the call against the Chargers if Warren can't go.