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The Boston Herald's Ian Rapoport, who has been the beat reporter covering the New England Patriots since 2009, is leaving to join the NFL Network.
I got a quick confirmation from Rapoport on this one, who said that while he “hates leaving the Herald,” he “couldn't pass this opportunity up, and moving to Dallas will be awesome.” Rapoport has ...
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Here is a handy flowchart for media covering the Patriots:
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Hey, maybe this Freeman guy isn't as nutty as we all thought..
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Stuff you're not going to read in the Boston sports media.
Why are the fans and media becoming more miserable the more that the Patriots win?
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We need to see a shutout. 
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Have them in circles
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This New Yorker feature on Jon Gruden is heavy with details and information the Patriots/Chiefs Monday Night Football game a couple of weeks back.
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I almost feel bad for the kid.
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