Full Interview: Patriots’ RB Stevan Ridley

10/07/2012

The big NFL game of the weekend takes place Sunday afternoon in Foxboro and we’ll have it for you on Westwood One Sports.

Peyton Manning and Tom Brady renew their rivalry as the Denver Broncos visit the New England Patriots.

Stevan Ridley was one of two Pats running backs in last Sunday ‘s blowout of the Bills to get over 100 yards rushing – along with fellow back Brandon Bolden. It’s the first time that’s happened for New England since 1980.

Ahead of the game, the second-year back out of LSU spoke with NFL Insider host Mark Malone.

(Listen to Stevan Ridley’s interview with Scott Graham from 10/7/12)

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Kevin Kugler and Mark Malone will have all the action from Gillette Stadium beginning Sunday at 3:45 Eastern.

 

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