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Why The No. 1 Seed Is Still Important For The Patriots

BOSTON (CBS) — With the Raiders losing quarterback Derek Carr, a potential trip to Oakland for the AFC Championship doesn’t seem as daunting (or likely) for the New England Patriots. 283 more words

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Passive to Active

In their book Whiplash, Joi Ito and Jeff Howe write about Christopher Knight, one of the forerunners of what is now known as synthetic biology. There is a portion where Knight discusses the differences between biologists and engineers that could lead somewhere: 303 more words

Howe: Michael Floyd Not Ready Now, But Could Re-Sign With Patriots In Offseason

BOSTON (CBS) — Receiver Michael Floyd was a surprising and somewhat controversial addition for the Patriots, who have a need for depth at the position. But Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald believes Floyd could be a candidate to stick around in New England after this season. 436 more words

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Howe: Temper Expectations For Dion Lewis Upon Eventual Return To Patriots

BOSTON (CBS) — Dion Lewis is eligible to return to the Patriots’ active roster as soon as this week. While it’s been difficult for reporters to lock down exactly when Lewis might come off the physically unable to perform list, the running back’s electric plays last year have folks buzzing with anticipation for a repeat performance in 2016. 269 more words

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Jeff Howe On Toucher & Rich: Logan Ryan Hasn't Been As Bad As You Think

BOSTON (CBS) — Patriots cornerback Logan Ryan record 17 total tackles on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills, which is a bad number for a cornerback as Ryan struggled in coverage all day. 664 more words

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Howe: Gronkowski Situation Leaves Itself Open To Speculation

BOSTON (CBS) — Boston Herald Patriots beat writer Jeff Howe doesn’t really know what’s going on with Rob Gronkowski’s situation. But neither does anybody else. 679 more words

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Howe: Brandon Browner Punched Darrelle Revis In The Face During Patriots' 2014 Season

By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston

BOSTON (CBS) — The 2014 New England Patriots were a powerhouse, one that buzzed through the regular season at 12-4 before winning a couple of nail-biting playoff games en route to a Super Bowl victory over the Seattle Seahawks. 563 more words

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