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Herald: Barack O-bomb-a's Pats Joke Falls Flat

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When the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots went to the White House for the customary presidential pat on the back, here’s what they got to kick off the festivities. 382 more words

Photo Gallery: N.E. Patriots meet President Obama

The Super Bowl champs, New England Patriots, traveled to the White House Thursday to meet the President, who congratulated them during a ceremony on the White House South Lawn.

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Robert Kraft wore Nike sneakers to the White House

.@BarackObama, Bill Belichick & Robert Kraft take the stage. #OnToTheWhiteHouse pic.twitter.com/9K1GzX7uMp

— New England Patriots (@Patriots) April 23, 2015

They’re not exactly flip flop gate (the time a Northwestern women’s lacrosse player wore flip flops to the White House), but when it came to a visit to the White House, Robert Kraft’s footwear wasn’t exactly traditional formal wear.

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President Obama Told a DeflateGate Joke During Patriots Trip to the White House

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The New England Patriots took their trip to the White House today to commemorate winning the Super Bowl in February. President Obama used the occasion to zing the team with a Deflategate/Ballghazi joke saying, “I usually tell jokes at these events, but with the Patriots here, I worried 11 of 12 of them would fall flat.” 66 more words

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Wrongful Death and a Plate of Distasteful Punishment

Odin Lloyd’s mother is planning her dish—a big plate of cold revenge.

Mrs . Ursula Ward won many supporters for her grit at not crying when the vile Judge Garsh treated her like a perp. 207 more words

Another Patriot in (Major) Hot Water: Hernandez Gets Life

As a diehard Patriots fan of 22 years (my entire life, thanks Dad!), it’s sad to see the four-time Super Bowl champs in the media right now. 394 more words

Jones: Patriots Not Only Drafted A Bad Guy, But Committed To Him Long Term

BOSTON (CBS) – On Wednesday night, 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Adam Jones discussed the guilty verdict of former NFL tight end Aaron Hernandez in the death of Odin Lloyd and how it affects the Patriots’ reputation. 459 more words

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