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  • Jared Bernhardt faces tough call: Maryland lacrosse or Navy football

    Jared Bernhardt faces tough call: Maryland lacrosse or Navy football
    Jared Bernhardt said two weeks ago he didn’t think he’d be in this position. The Lake Brantley quarterback figured he would be playing his final football season this fall, hoping to lead the Patriots back into the playoffs, and then it would...
  • Patriots are guilty of deflating our Cheap Seats

    Patriots are guilty of deflating our Cheap Seats
    Jerry Greene is not in the Cheap Seats this week. You can blame Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. In case you just returned from Pluto, this thing called Deflategate has been dominating the news. The NFL came down hard on the Pats and Brady last...
  • NFL reportedly set to change guidelines for handling of game balls

    NFL reportedly set to change guidelines for handling of game balls
    The well-versed mantra of "protect the ball" no longer applies to just receivers and running backs. In the wake of the Deflategate scandal, the NFL is poised to take new steps to ensure footballs cannot be tampered with before or during games....
  • Greg Cote: Garo Yepremian gone, but his name is forever etched in Dolphins lore

    So few names in the Miami Dolphins' 50-year history have elevated above the playing field into franchise folklore. So few players could be described with only a first name, a single word, and that would be plenty. Garo. With greatness and whimsy, he was...
  • AP Source: NFL plans to change football handling guidelines

    A person familiar with the situation tells The Associated Press the NFL plans to change guidelines regarding the way footballs are handled before games. The person spoke on condition of anonymity Friday night because details will be discussed at the...
  • Dramatic difference between sports and sports entertainment

    Dramatic difference between sports and sports entertainment
    Tom Brady is a cheater, huh? Surprised? Shocked? I'm not, but I wish I was. Amid the feigned outrage over the New England Patriots' Hall of Fame-bound quarterback having something to do with deflating footballs in last season's AFC Championship game,...
  • Brady, union threaten Goodell with lawsuit in 'Deflategate'

    Tom Brady's lawyers demanded that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell recuse himself from the Super Bowl MVP's "Deflategate" appeal and threatened to go to court unless the four-game suspension is overturned. Laying out the grounds for dismissing the...
  • Editorials from around New England

    Excerpts of recent editorials of statewide and national interest from New England newspapers: The Hartford Courant (Conn.), May 12, 2015 If you thought the $2.6 billion spent on the 2012 presidential election was obscene, the number in the 2016...
  • Analysis: We're now getting Obama Unfiltered

    WASHINGTON "With the Patriots in town, I was worried that 11 out of 12 of them would fall flat." "They're just wrong." "They're like, 'I don't want to work, I just want a free Obama phone.'" Of late, the president doesn't sound like pedantic Barack...
  • Tim Cowlishaw: Brady latest to face fans' inflated desire for discipline

    We live in the era of Great Punishment, and Tom Brady is merely the latest to fall victim to our punitive wishes. I cannot tell you exactly when this era began. I know only that I am forever at the low end of predicting suspensions and fines, and that...
  • Letters: Should Tom Brady be more deflated?

    Letters: Should Tom Brady be more deflated?
    The bottom line from the Wells report, and the events that occurred in its aftermath, is that Tom Brady apparently (a) cheated to gain a competitive advantage, (b) demonstrated no remorse or contrition, (c) accepted no responsibility, and (d) stonewalled,...