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It appears that Senator Arlen Specter wants an independent investigation of the Patriots’ taping of opposing coaches’ signals.
The Boston Herald released a Patriots apology on Wednesday, with “Sorry Pats” & “Our Mistake” posted on the front and back cover of the newspaper.
The Patriots apparently tried to trade up to the fifth spot, with the intent to take linebacker Vernon Gholston who was selected by the Jets with the 6th overall selection but were turned down by the Kansas City Chiefs.
Now on the eve of Superbowl XLII and the possibility of an undefeated season, here we are again listening to alligations of more “spying” by the Patriots.
Things are getting pretty ugly in Carolina after Panthers defensive lineman Chris Jenkins called out his football team on Sunday after they lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Patriots beat the Chargers in a Sunday Night Win.
There’s been no chance to enjoy the victory as a fan and talk about how good Randy Moss and the offense looked, or how good the defense performed.
The NFL is also reviewing a possible violation into the number of radio frequencies the Patriots were using during Sunday’s game.
Rodney Harrison suspended recently for admitting to using a banned substance (HGH).
My greatest fear after watching something like Sunday night was to sit back and think, “Is this it? Is this all there is about winning a Super Bowl?” How wrong I was.
The Patriots need a repeat performance of their November 18th match-up with St. Louis, only better.
Bill Belichick knows defense, but he’ll definitely be tested this weekend against the Steelers.
New England will be heading back to their first AFC Championship game since 1997 after kicker Adam Vinatieri hit a 23-yard field goal in overtime to lift the Patriots to a 16-13 victory over the Oakland Raiders Saturday night.
Wide receiver Terry Glenn may have played his final game for the New England Patriots a few weeks ago.
Bill Belichick had his first opportunity on Monday to let everyone know that as soon as veteran quarterback Drew Bledsoe returns, he will step back into the line-up as the the team’s starting quarterback and send second-year back-up and current starter Tom Brady back to the sidelines. The only problem is, he didn’t exactly do that, and thus the speculation begins.
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