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Shane Vereen Leaves Patriots for Giants
According to an ESPN report, running back Shane Vereen has signed a free agent deal with the New York Giants.
The 26-year-old Vereen excelled this past season for the Patriots as a change-of-pace back, with his ability to catch balls out of the backfield in addition to run shifty routes down field...
Adrian Peterson Close To Returning To NFL
A federal judge is overturning the appeal ruling against suspended Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson.
The former NFL MVP was suspended in November after pleading no contest to child abuse charges for disciplining his four-year-old son with a tree branch last May...
Ray Rice Case Will Impact Personnel Moves In Baltimore
The Ray Rice domestic violence case is affecting how the Baltimore Ravens proceed with player personnel moves.
General Manager Ozzie Newsome says the team will be extra careful in free agency and the draft, noting that it will be tough to bring in someone who has domestic abuse in their background an…
Witness Calls Aaron Hernandez ‘A Perfect Gentleman’
A would-be personal trainer for Aaron Hernandez was called to the witness stand Tuesday during Hernandez's murder trial.
Brian McDonough operates a strength and conditioning business in Foxboro, and was supposed to meet with Hernandez for the first time on June 17, 2013, the day Odin Lloyd was k…
Hernandez Judge Stands Firm On Evidence Ban
Several items of evidence have been blocked by Judge Susan Garsh in the murder trial of Aaron Hernandez. Judge Garsh had previously ruled the prosecution could not use text messages sent by Odin Lloyd to his sister minutes before he was killed...
Cue The DuckBoats!
The New England Patriots are Super Bowl Champions for the fourth time in the team's illustrious history, after beating the Seattle Seahawks 28-24, Sunday in Houston.
If You Left for the Super Bowl RIGHT NOW
As of this writing, we're just about 32 hours away from kickoff of Super Bowl XLIX in Glendale, Arizona. I won't be going, and chances are, neither are you. But let's just suppose you looked in your couch cushions, found about $20,000 in loose change, and decided to put it to good use…
Officials Promise Tight Security For Super Bowl Footballs
NFL officiating chief Dean Blandino says the inspection of the footballs by referee Walt Anderson before the AFC championship game was handled properly.
Blandino also said Thursday the process of inspecting the balls and security surrounding the inspections will be enhanced for Sunday's Super Bo…

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