Wednesday Patriots Headlines: October 27th

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October 27, 2010 at 10:11 am ET

An abbreviated version this morning, but here are some notable headlines to check out:

Arrington’s special teams prowess – Mike Reiss

Patriots Hope to See Brett Favre Instead of Tavaris Jackson – NESN

Childress’ “Signal Stealing” Comments Puzzling – NESN

Belichick doesn’t respond to Vikings coach‎ – Patriot Ledger

Faith In McCourty Starting to Pay Off – Worcester Telegram

Moss Will be Well Received – Boston Globe

Raising a Steal Curtain – Boston Globe

Favre Soap Opera Coming to Town – Boston Globe

Farinella: Seeing Less of Favre Would Be a Good Thing – Attleboro Sun Chronicle

Patriots Help Build Playground for Boys & Girls Club –

Brian Baldinger: Patriots are being re-made to try and beat the Jets –

How will the Patriots go about defending Randy Moss? –

Randy Moss OK by Robert Kraft, Pats with Vikes up next? – Boston Herald

Patriots have big presence at Celtics-Heat season opener – Boston Herald

Signals Not Crossed, Pats Ignore Brad Childress – Boston Herald

That’s it for this morning.  Hope everyone has a good day and we’ll have more later on.