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We've adjusted the schedule, I will be live in Houston on pardon my take barstool sports on Wednesday of Super Bowl week. LIVE

RT @BenVolin: Belichick explained today how the Falcons try to emulate the Seahawks https://t.co/Cncszj7cFO

Felger with a terrible phone connection! Ah, the irony

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Belichick explained today how the Falcons try to emulate the Seahawks https://t.co/Cncszj7cFO

@Mlever84 young in the secondary, mediocre pass rush, and easy to diagnose before the snap whether it's man or zone coverage

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@Winger23 they have a coaching advantage versus every team

@Detective_Magoo that early fumble in the RZ killed them, Packers were banged up, Packers got down big and became one dimensional


Boston can do ALL the chemical ****tails he wants to now...

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    BOSTON DONE IN TAMPA


    Wide receiver David Boston is now a former Tampa Bay Buccaneer.
    The team announced today that it has reached an injury settlement and released Boston, and that wide receiver Mark Jones, who played in Tampa Bay the last two years, has been re-signed to take Boston's spot on the 53-man roster.

    The move comes two days after it was reported that Boston tested positive for GHB after he was arrested for DUI on August 23.

    Although the Bucs initially said they stood by Boston, that was before the results of Boston's urinalysis came back. Given Boston's previous off-field problems, and given how long it's been since he did anything of note on the field, it's very hard to imagine any other team picking him up. That means it's probably the end of the NFL career for a guy who in 2001 led the league in receiving yards at age 23 and looked like he had the potential to become the best receiver in the league.

     
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