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2004 Super Bowl Winner New England Patriots News

Patriots' 2015 schedule to be announced Tuesday

Comcast SportsNet New England
New England will open the season on Thursday, Sept. 10, but there's no real clear-cut choice as to which visiting opponent would make for the best game. The league could send the Jets to Foxboro to highlight the return of corner Darrelle Revis, who ...



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2004 Super Bowl Winner New England Patriots News

This Was Tim Tebow's Best Moment as a New England Patriot

Boston.com
Tebow didn't do anything wrong in New England, per se, but if he did a ton of stuff right, Belichick and Tom Brady made sure we didn't see it. Tebow didn't play a down in a regular season game. Tebow's best Patriots moment came in the team's final ...



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2004 Super Bowl Winner New England Patriots News

Shane Vereen excited to visit White House with Patriots

ESPN (blog)
Shane Vereen is excited to be starting offseason workouts this week with his new team, the New York Giants. But he may be just as excited to take Thursday off and go visit the White House with his old team, the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots.



2004 Super Bowl Winner New England Patriots News

Bill Belichick and defending champion Patriots begin 'long journey'

Patriots.com
The dramatic win in Super Bowl XLIX kicked off a couple months of celebration in New England that included duck boat parades, late-night TV appearances and Red Sox opening day at Fenway Park. It will even continue later this week with a Thursday trip ...



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Carolina Panthers News

2004 Super Bowl Loser Carolina Panthers News

Michael Oher's goal with Carolina Panthers: Less movie, more move forward

Charlotte Observer
Carolina Panthers left offensive tackle Michael Oher listens to a reporter's question on Monday, April 20, 2015. The Panthers held a new conference in conjunction with the beginning of their off season workout program. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.

2004 Super Bowl Loser Carolina Panthers News

2015 NFL Mock Draft: With The Twenty-Fifth Pick, The Carolina Panthers Select ...

Battle Red Blog (blog)
Steve Smith, Sr. leaving in 2014 was their biggest offseason storyline, but perhaps their biggest loss was that of Jordan Gross, who protected the blind side of Carolina QBs for a decade. Gross retired after a breakthrough season for the Panthers ...



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2004 Super Bowl Loser Carolina Panthers News

NFL to announce 2015 schedule for Carolina Panthers Tuesday at 8 p.m.

Charlotte Observer
Along with the usual home-and-away series with NFC South rivals Tampa Bay, New Orleans and Atlanta, the Panthers will host Philadelphia, Washington, Houston, Indianapolis and Green Bay. Carolina will travel to Dallas, the New York Giants, Jacksonville, ...



2004 Super Bowl Loser Carolina Panthers News

Gallery: Carolina Panthers 04-20-15

Charlotte Observer
Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly discusses the techniques he needs to work on during the upcoming season on Monday, April 20, 2015. The Panthers held a new conference in conjunction with the beginning of their off season workout program.




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