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Howe: Patriots Have Flexibility To Move Up In First Round

BOSTON (CBS) – Bob Socci, the voice of your New England Patriots, takes to the Sports Hub airwaves to discuss prospects, scouting reports, team needs, welcome special guests and everything else you need to know ahead of the 2015 NFL Draft every Sunday at 8am through the end of draft season! 681 more words

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Jeff Howe Confident Patriots Re-Sign Darrelle Revis

BOSTON (CBS) – Will he or won’t he be back? That is the question.

We’re talking, of course, about Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis as NFL free agency is about to get underway in the next week or so. 593 more words

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Vereen might not be looking for $5 mil afterall

Initially reported by Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald, Shane Vereen was apparently looking to get $5 million per season on the open market as he hits free agency for the first time in his young career. 275 more words


A Lesson on Crowdsourcing

Imagine you are faced with an enormous challenge. For example, let’s pretend you’ve been asked to write the world’s biggest encyclopedia. Or imagine you are tasked with finding the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. 655 more words

Howe: How Hard Is NFL Really Trying To Solve 'DeflateGate' Investigation?

In the thick of DeflateGate, Boston Herald Patriots reporter Jeff Howe joined Toucher & Rich on Friday morning.

After recapping the circus that was Tom Brady’s press conference, Howe said he’s left with one unanswered question: “I want to know what we’re supposed to tell our children.” 418 more words

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Howe: Patriots Have A Legitimate Super Bowl Caliber Defense

BOSTON (CBS) – When the 2014 schedule first came out, most people looked at New England starting in Week 8 and deemed the slate a “gauntlet.” 380 more words

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Northeastern J-School partners with Esquire magazine

By Jeff Howe

Earlier this year Northeastern University’s School of Journalism received a Knight Foundation grant to launch a Media Innovation graduate program. Students — mostly mid-career journalists and the occasional newly minted J-school grad — would pursue one story over the 18-month course of study. 614 more words