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Aaron Hernandez Had Severe CTE; Daughter Sues NFL, Pats

BOSTON (AP) — Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez had a severe case of the degenerative brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy, researchers said on Thursday. 632 more words

Devin McCourty, NFL Respond To Trump's Comments On League, Anthem Protests

The NFL and its players weren’t exactly pleased with the comments President Donald Trump made Friday at a rally in Alabama about the league and players who protest during the national anthem. 408 more words

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Why Have Patriots Faced Texans So Frequently In Last Five Years?

While New England Patriots fans might be sick of hearing about all of the connections their team has with the Houston Texans every time the two franchises face off, they likely aren’t upset to see Bill O’Brien and crew come to town again this season. 522 more words

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Patriots Vs. Texans Preview: What To Watch For In Week 3 Matchup

In a matchup between unusually familiar non-division foes, the New England Patriots will host the Houston Texans on Sunday afternoon for the fourth time (including pre- and postseason) since last September. 738 more words

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Patriots-Texans Week 3 Notes & Fun Facts

BOSTON (CBS) — WBZ-TV’s Levan Reid passes along some news, notes and fun facts heading into Sunday’s Patriots-Texans tilt at Gillette Stadium.

– If you count the preseason, this marks the second season in a row that the Patriots and the Texans will play each other twice. 291 more words

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Tom Brady No. 2? Patriots QB Trails Hillary Clinton On Very Important List

Tom Brady isn’t used to being No. 2, but that’s the world we woke up to Friday.

The New England Patriots quarterback, who has won five Super Bowl titles and arguably is the greatest signal-caller in NFL history, came in second place for the first time since the New York Giants defeated the Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI. 125 more words

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Can Brain Disease Explain Aaron Hernandez's Behavior?

CHICAGO (AP) – Former football star Aaron Hernandez’ brain was riddled with damage from a degenerative brain disease linked with head blows, but that doesn’t necessarily explain the troubles that plagued his young life. 498 more words

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