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Henry McKenna

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Playing Behind Brady Has Its Benefits

Playing Behind Brady Has Its Benefits

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has been in the NFL for 14 years and has played in 193 career games. During that time, he has the likes of  Doug Flutie, Vinny Testaverde, and Drew Bledsoe playing behind him on the depth chart...
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Wilfork Signs Three-Year Extension With Patriots

Wilfork Signs Three-Year Extension With Patriots

On a day when a fellow AFC East team signed running back Knowshon Moreno, the restructing of defensive tackle Vince Wilfork's contract comes as a great relief to the New England Patriots organization.  Wilfork signed a three-year, $22...
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New England Patriots Mock Draft 1.0

New England Patriots Mock Draft 1.0

Early into the offseason, the New England Patriots made some important signings, as they added a pair of wide receivers and defensive backs to their roster...
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Revis Could Have "Manning-Like" Effect On Patriots

Revis Could Have "Manning-Like" Effect On Patriots

Darrelle Revis has spent his entire career on an island. While fans have already welcomed included Revis Island on the Massachusetts shore, the New England Patriots will be placing him in a group by himself...
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Youth Movement To Play Big Role For 2014 Patriots

Youth Movement To Play Big Role For 2014 Patriots

The Patriots released safety Steven Gregory to unleash Duron Harmon on the NFL – said no one ever. Gregory was likely a monetary release because his performance on the field was not worth $2...
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Patriots Create Their Own Draft Odds

Patriots Create Their Own Draft Odds

The Patriots change their odds in the NFL crap shoot by drafting doubles. They had trouble drafting skill players, particularly in the higher rounds (e.g...
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Stanford: Pac-12's Best Recruiting Class?

Stanford: Pac-12's Best Recruiting Class?

Stanford's new talent is heading to positions of hallowed lineage: offensive line, quarterback and defensive back. Perhaps the best recruit, however, is defensive end Solomon Thomas, the 37th-best prospect in the nation according to Rivals.com...
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