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Patriots Look Poised For Another Super Bowl Run

The New England Patriots have set down a marker for the rest of the NFL with their off-season moves, as they bid to claim back-to-back Super Bowls. Bill Belichick’s men staged the largest comeback in the history of the big game to defeat the Atlanta Falcons at NRG Stadium, winning the crown for the fifth […]

Harvard University is State’s Only Shot at NCAA Tournament

In a down year for college basketball in Massachusetts (wait — isn’t it always a bad year?), Harvard University stands as the state’s only shot at making an appearance in the NCAA Tournament. The Crimson, at 18-9 as of Monday, will play as the No. 2 seed in the Ivy League’s first conference tournament featuring […]

Bruins Trade For Drew Stafford

With many fans not willing to trust GM Don Sweeney to make a solid move at the NHL level, the red-hot Bruins did not make a huge splash at the league’s deadline Thursday, though they did sneak in a minor move that improved the team’s forward depth. The B’s acquired veteran winger Drew Stafford from […]

Football Camp Featuring Patriots Players Set For July

Football players of all experience levels are encouraged to attend the annual Sports International Football Camp in Massachusetts this summer. The camp, featuring members of the Super Bowl champion Patriots, will be held July 9-12 at UMass Lowell in Lowell, Mass. Athletes will be able to learn from veteran college and high school coaches chosen […]

Get Ready for the 2016 Football Season

In America, the start of September means one thing – football season. Colleges around the country are beginning their march to the national championship. The NFL is also starting things off strong. The first game of the 2016 season will be a rematch between the Panthers and Broncos.

Tom Brady ‘Not Read To Accept’ Court’s Ruling About Suspension

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, perhaps the best player in the history of the league, is “not ready to accept” an appeals court’s ruling that he must serve his four-game suspension for #Deflategate. Yes, you heard that right – somehow, because of what two people in New York think, this 16-month saga will continue. Brady’s next […]

The Best Online Sports Betting Platforms For Boston Fans

Boston fans are known for being the most devoted to their favorite teams. They are the loudest at the sports fields, keep an eye on all the matches and support their most loved players no matter what. There is no wonder they use to put insane stakes on their #1 club’s victory even though the […]

Julian Edelman Cleared to Play Against Chiefs

There’s good news on the injury front for the Patriots, according to WHDH Sports Director Joe Amorosino. Wide receiver Julian Edelman has been cleared to play in Saturday’s game against the Chiefs.

Chiefs WR Jeremy Maclin has High Ankle Sprain, Not Torn ACL

Chiefs wide receiver Jeremy Maclin left the field during Saturday’s 30-0 win over the Texans in tears… but the man with two career torn ACLs apparently did not suffer a third. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Maclin suffered a high ankle sprain.

Browns Interview Patriots Defensive Coordinator Matt Patricia

Even though the Patriots are in the throes of the NFL Playoffs, that doesn’t mean their attractive assistant coaches can’t seek head coach openings across the league. Defensive Coordinator Matt Patricia, who has been with the team for 12 years, interviewed with the Cleveland Browns on Saturday. 

Peyton Manning – HGH? Major Athletes Named in Al Jazeera Steroids Report

Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning has been linked to the distribution of human growth hormone, according to a bombshell report from Al Jazeera. The HGH was shipped from an Indiana-based anti-aging company to the NFL legend’s wife, Ashley Manning. Manning himself flatly denied that he ever used performance-enhancing drugs, but his agent did not deny […]

Where is Glenn Ordway? — Update on his Health

You may have heard that WEEI host Glenn Ordway collapsed while at the Patriots’ tailgate event at Gillette Stadium on Sunday. It turns out the Big O collapsed due to a bleeding ulcer.

Timberwolves Head Coach Flip Saunders Dies

Longtime NBA head coach Flip Saunders, the current coach of the Minnesota Timberwolves, has died. He was 60 years old. Saunders died of cancer. He announced over the summer that he was being treated for Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

NFL Week 7 Preview: Will the Best Offense Beat the Best Defense?

NFL Week 7 is beginning, and only 10 teams hold winning records – five of them are still unbeaten. The Green Bay Packers, Cincinnati Bengals and Denver Broncos are the three 6-0 teams, but all of them will take a bye week while New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers will battle against tough opponents to […]

8 of the Best Celtics Players of All Time and What Made Them Great

Walk into any Boston sports bar any day of the week, and you can get into a heated discussion with everyone from the waitress to the regular on the bar stool next to you about who the best Celtics players of all time are and why. Whether you favor Larry Bird over Bill Russell or […]