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New England Patriots Links 3/25/16 - Quantity Vs. Quality at WR, RB

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Daily news and links for 3/25/16

Nate Robinson and Malcolm Butler battled it out in 2015
Nate Robinson and Malcolm Butler battled it out in 2015
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TEAM TALK

LOCAL LINKS

NATIONAL NEWS

  • Erik Frenz (Bleacher Report) Patriots should take the volume approach at RB.
  • Oliver Thomas (247 Sports) Seven-time Patriots captain Jerod Mayo enters new career field.
  • Christian Hoban (Sports Quotient) How will the new NFL rule changes affect the game?
  • Michael David Smith (ProFootballTalk) John Harbaugh speaks out against the chop block ban.
  • Gregg Rosenthal (NFL.com) Collateral benefits: Players aided by free agency.
  • Mike Freeman (Bleacher Report) Coaches fear the NFL's new ejection rule could lead to 'the goon scenario.'
  • Video (NFL.com) 2015 NFL season in six minutes. (6.04 min. video)

DEFLATEGATE, DUMPSTER DIVE

  • Mike Florio (ProFootballTalk) NFL’s lawyer in Brady appeal is pressed to correct misstatements to Court.
  • Mike Florio (ProFootballTalk) Clement calls attack on misstatements "procedurally improper and wholly unfounded".
  • Hal Habib (Palm Beach Post) Post exclusive: CTE research leader calls Roger Goodell a liar.
  • CBS Boston reports Chris Nowinski, president of the Concussion Legacy Institute, says, ‘Goodell’s lying so frequently that I almost don’t think it matters anymore’.
  • Dan Diamond (Politico) Pay to play? Tracking NFL donations ahead of concussion hearings.
  • Sean Keeley (Awful Announcing) New York Times fights back against NFL’s questioning of their concussion report.
  • Jerry Thornton calls the NFL's response to the NYT article surreal. Anyone believe that the NFL is the victim of a witch hunt?
  • Mike Florio (ProFootballTalk) NFL issues even longer statement in response to New York Times article.
  • Cy Brown (Sports on Earth) The Rams-Sam conspiracy theory.
  • Mike Florio (ProFootballTalk) NFL has nothing to add on Michael Sam report.