A recent positive development in New England is the Patriots announcement that, after undergoing abdominal surgery, they will release defensive end Tully Banta-Cain later this week. From ESPN… Mike Wright, who has supposedly made a full recovery from a severe concussion in 2010, should be the primary beneficiary of Banta-Cain’s departure. Wright will likely start at left defensive end and Rob Ninkovich may start (or be heavily featured) at right defensive end. Second year UDFA, Dane Fletcher, will also be a large part of the outside linebacker rotation and is one injury (or black demotion) away from starting. With three white players being heavily featured on defense, coupled with five white offensive lineman (Light/Solder, Mankins, Koppen, Kaczur, Vollmer), a white quarterback (Brady), a white running back (Woodhead), a white tight end (Gronkowski) and two white wide receivers (Welker and Edelman), the Patriots should remain as white-friendly as is possibly conceivable within the despotic parameters set forth by the “black power maestros” of the contemporary American Caste System. The most white-friendly teams heading into the 2011 season should be the Packers, the Patriots, the Colts, the Texans, the Browns, the Rams and the Falcons. Most encouraging of all is the fact that these six teams happen to feature an array of white skill players such as: WR Jordy Nelson, RB John Kuhn, WR Brett Swain, WR Wes Welker, WR Julian Edelman, TE Rob Gronkowski, RB Danny Woodhead, WR Austin Collie, WR Blair White, TE Dallas Clark, TE Jacob Tamme, WR Anthony Gonzalez, WR Kevin Walter, WR David Anderson, WR Jeff Maehl, TE Owen Daniels, TE James Casey, RB Peyton Hillis, TE Evan Moore, WR Danny Amendola, and WR Kerry Meier.