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'Boston Strong' Can't Be Owned, Says U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

Two Emerson College students were the first to start using the “Boston Strong” motto on the T-shirts that they sold to raise money for the victims of the Boston Marathon tragedy, but that didn’t stop companies from trying to own the phrase. 220 more words

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Reports: C.J. Fiedorowicz, Deone Bucannon Visiting Patriots Wednesday

The New England Patriots are putting in some extra work on a top tight end prospect.

The Patriots are hosting former Iowa tight end C.J. Fiedorowicz on Wednesday, a source told NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport. 106 more words

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Lions intend to split the running back role between Bush and Bell

The Lions have a pair of potent tailbacks.  And they plan to use both of them.  Perhaps equally.

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Red Sox 'Proud' To Be Part Of Healing Process After Marathon Tragedy (Video)

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After the Boston Marathon bombing one year ago, the city of Boston came together and healed as a community. The Red Sox and their eventual World Series title became a part of that healing process. 59 more words

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White Sox Wear 'Boston Strong, Sox Together' Shirts Before Game Against Red Sox (Photo)

Before Tuesday night’s game against the Boston Red Sox, the Chicago White Sox players, trainers and coaches wore “Boston Strong” T-shirts when they took the field for pregame warmups. 164 more words

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NCAA Council Approves Legislation To Give Athletes Unlimited Meals

Eight days after Connecticut basketball star Shabazz Napier said during the Final Four that he sometimes went to bed “starving” because he couldn’t afford food, the NCAA’s legislative council approved a proposal that would allow Division I schools to give their athletes unlimited meals and snacks. 169 more words

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Trump has realistic shot of being approved

Despite the bluster, the bravado, and the convenient revisions to the history of his antagonism of the NFL, billionaire Donald Trump would have a good chance of being approved as owner of the Bills, if the family of Ralph Wilson decides to sell the team to him. 143 more words

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