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Brady back in action

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady threw a football in front of his team and the media at Gillette Stadium yesterday afternoon. It was his first time in front of an audience since tearing his ACL and MC...
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Boston College fires Jagodzinski

Just like they said they would, Boston College has fired head football coach Jeff Jagodzinski, whose name is roughly as fun to type as that of a certain Illinois governor. B.C. warned Jagodzinski that if he ...
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Iomega announces Patriots hard drive

Iomega, a company under the wing of local tech and storage giant EMC Corporation, announced Wednesday that they have released a New England Patriots-themed portable hard drive. The Iomega eGo Patriots editio...
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Blitz: The League II

Would you like football any better if it involved power bombs and nut shots, rather than penalties straight from the "No Fun League?"
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Cards: Upper Deck basketball and football

Every now and then we like to throw down a mention about sports cards and trading cards. Pay attention to Upper Deck 2008-09 Basketball, if you're a fan of that side of the hobby. Whole boxes are coming out ...
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Why am I not suprised?

The Pats won last night. Everyone seemed to think that the team was destined to go 1-1. Why? I never really understood it....
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Breaking news: Tom Brady out for the year

New England Patriots quarterback and cornerstone Tom Brady will be out for the rest of the NFL season after the team announced he will have knee surgery after being injured Sunday in the first quarter of the Patriots opener against the Kansas City Chiefs.
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Report: Favre is a Jet

We don't have much information right now, but Jay Glazer of Foxsports.com says that the deal is done, and that Brett Favre is a NY Jet. The Packers get an unknown conditional draft pick and the Jets will lik...
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Pryor picks Ohio State

Terrelle Pryor, the nation's top high school football recruit, has decided to go with Ohio State. The 6'5" All-American quarterback felt that Oregon was too far away and that Penn State was too rural. He lik...
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This and that from the NFL

Here are some random notes and thoughts from the National Football League: According to a blog on the Orlando Sentinel's website, there are quiet rumors within the Tampa Bay Buccaneers organization that Cadi...
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Fitzgerald – UPDATE

According to a source close to the situation - despite reports that Larry Fitzgerald is not available in trade - the Philadelphia Eagles are still going hard after him. I also heard that Lions WR Roy Williams i...
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Remembering Myron Cope

Myron Cope, the 35-year color commentary man for the Pittsburgh Steelers died Wednesday morning in a nursing home in Mt. Lebanon, Pa. Cope had been struggling with his health since leaving the broadcast boot...