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CSN New England Aug 4, 2016

Terrance Knighton speaks out on police, race issues

FOXBORO – I don’t think I would have spent 15 minutes speaking with Terrance Knighton about racial issues three summers ago.But the social climate the
CSN New England Aug 4, 2016

Another court victory for Goodell, NFL in Adrian Peterson case

The NFL, and commissioner Roger Goodell, win another appeal of a case against a player when the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals agreed with the league in the Adrian Peterson case. 
CSN New England Aug 4, 2016

Thursday, Aug. 4: Sullivan gives Cup tour of Boston

Here are the links from around the hockey world, and what I’m reading while looking forward to the mass media focus in Rio going from
CSN New England Aug 4, 2016

Postcard from camp, Day 7: Class in session with Belichick

Click here for the gallery.FOXBORO -- In their seventh day of training camp, the Patriots were once again in full pads for a
CSN New England Aug 4, 2016

Postcard from camp, Day 7: Class in session with Belichick

Heres what Phil Perry saw from Thursday mornings practice, including some teachable moments from Bill Belichick.
CSN New England Aug 4, 2016

Training cancelled on Olympic canoe/kayak slalom course

All Olympic canoe/kayak slalom training sessions at Whitewater Stadium have been cancelled on Thursday afternoon due to technical issues on the course, organizers announced. It was an issue with the pumps on the course, Miguel Gomes, media officer at Whitewater Stadium, said to NBC Olympics. It should be fixed today. Gomes was unsure if the fix would take 15 minutes or a couple of hours but expects slalom training to resume on Friday. Gomes does not expect competition schedules to be affected.
CSN New England Aug 3, 2016

Quick Slants the podcast Ep. 59 - Knighton on race, using his platform

Terrance Knighton discusses with Tom E. Curran how he views his role in the national discussion on race. Curran also speaks with Martellus Bennett about
Pats Pulpit Aug 2, 2016

Terrance "Pot Roast" Knighton is eating better – and playing faster

Defensive tackle Terrance Knighton has switched up his diet since he signed with the Patriots and started working with the team’s nutrition experts. The Patriots have to be hoping that Terrance Knighton turns out to be the guy that made Tom Brady’s life miserable in the 2013 AFC Championship game, and not the ghost of Pot Roast that played for Washington in 2015. Last year, Knighton bet on himself with a one-year, "put up or shut up" deal, and the dice came up snake eyes. OK, maybe "snake eyes" is a bit dramatic, but Pot Roast averaged 25 snaps a game and Washington’s run defense...
Pats Pulpit Aug 2, 2016

New England Patriots links 8/02/16 - Fighting for position: Best camp battles at wide receiver

Daily news and links for 8/02/16 TEAM TALK Erik Scalavino details Kevin Faulk's induction to the Patriots Hall of Fame, that brought laughter, tears, and surprises. Andy Hart's Blogservations: Patriots light up in-stadium practice. Paul Perillo shares his Monday camp notes: Players were in shorts and shells and did extensive special teams work, including a variety of situations involving the kicking game. Patriots announce additional training camp dates. Angelique Fiske reports the Patriots get a Super Bowl endorsement from Coldplay. Press Conference: Bill Belichick (12.26 min....
Pats Pulpit Aug 2, 2016

Players that impressed me at Patriots training camp on 7/31/2016

I had the pleasure of going to the Patriots training camp session on Sunday (7/31) and enjoyed it despite the inclement weather. While there, I was able to see players in action and see who were performing well out there. Granted, this is training camp but here are a few players that stood out and impressed me. A.J. Derby: Starting with the 2nd year player out of Arkansas, Derby came into this training camp after not playing at all in his rookie season. He was a 6th round pick out of Arkansas and described as a solid pass-catching tight end. The team obviously has the starting tight end...