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New England Patriots

  • Published
    August 4, 2011
    Matt Light, Logan Mankins, Albert Haynesworth

    Patriots Beat: Light brings rare charm back to Pats

    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — He stopped in midsentence and swatted away the small black fly that had landed on his nose. “Did you see that?” Matt Light asked the media members huddled closely around him. “Did you see that fly attack me?” Oh, it’s sure nice to have Matt Light back. New England Patriots fans are […]

  • Published
    August 3, 2011
    Albert Haynesworth

    A Patriot: From disgruntled to delighted

    Albert Haynesworth sees an opportunity with the Patriots to prove he's more than a malcontent.

  • Published
    July 31, 2011
    Tom Brady, Chad Ochocinco

    He’s going to be quiet – really, maybe

    Chad Ochocinco says he's a chameleon who can fit into the Patriots' traditional way of things.

  • Published
    July 30, 2011
    Bill Belichick, Tom Brady, Chad Ochocinco

    Now, it’s all about finding their roles

    Chad Ochocinco and Albert Haynesworth are officially Patriots, and now the adjustment begins.

  • Published
    July 29, 2011
    Chad Ochocinco

    Two more projects for ‘The Patriot Way’

    New England acquires temperamental Albert Haynesworth and chatty receiver Chad Ochocinco.

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  • Published
    July 29, 2011
    Tom Brady, Bill Belichick

    Patriots Beat: So little time to learn so much

    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Wow. Everyone figured that the first few days of NFL training camps would be wild, but wow. Albert Haynesworth. Chad Ochocinco. For basically, draft pick scraps. In two Thursday trades, the New England Patriots addressed two of their biggest needs — a defensive lineman and a deep threat at wide receiver. But […]

  • Published
    July 29, 2011
    Brandon Meriweather

    Patriots Training Camp: Locked in on football

    After a 4 1/2-month lockout, after all the legal posturing by the NFL owners and players, Vince Wilfork wasn't quite sure what to expect Thursday morning.<br><br> And then the New England Patriots took the field behind Gillette Stadium for their first practice of the season.<br><br> They were greeted by a huge cheer and ovation from the 3,000-plus fans who filled the bleachers and hill around the field.