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Revis Island Sets Sail; Calls it a Career

Seven-time Pro Bowler and Four-Time All-Pro Corner Darrelle Revis officially called it a career on Wednesday after eleven seasons in the National Football League. Revis was known for being the best shutdown corner in all of football during the 7-8 seasons he flat-out dominated and owned the league as well as being a sound business man earning over $124M through his 11-year career. 459 more words

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Tom Brady Becomes First Player In NFL History To Be Body Shamed & Win An ESPY In Same Day

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is enjoying a vacation with his wife, Gisele Bundchen before the team begins training camp on July 26. However, some people took exception to a photo of Brady while on the beach. 233 more words

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Tom Brady Wins ESPY For NFL Player Of The Year

BOSTON (CBS) — Boston sports didn’t have a big night at Wednesday night’s ESPY Awards, but Tom Brady did walk away with one of the network’s fake awards. 125 more words

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Which Boston Sports Team Is Destined For Most Success Over Next Five Years?

There has been no shortage of championships in New England over the last two decades.

Between the New England Patriots, Boston Celtics, Boston Red Sox and Boston Bruins, annual playoff runs for these teams almost seem like a sure thing. 87 more words

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Ex-Patriot Bryan Stork's Sweatiness Forced Request From Tom Brady

It’s only natural to sweat when playing football, but one former New England Patriot apparently took perspiration to a whole new level.

During an interview on 98.5 The Sports Hub’s “Toucher & Rich,” former Patriots linebacker Rob Ninkovich identified ex-New England center Bryan Stork as “the most disgusting” teammate he’s ever played with. 158 more words

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Rob Ninkovich Offers Advice To Julian Edelman After Suspension Upheld

Rob Ninkovich understands what Julian Edelman is going through.

The former New England Patriots linebacker was suspended the first four games of the 2016 season for using performance-enhancing drugs. 315 more words

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