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Is the Patriots’ dynasty the oddest in NFL history?

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Tom Brady’s wife said he has suffered with concussions. He says it’s nobody’s business but his own. The NFL doesn’t quite see it that way.

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Stephon Gilmore was paid a king’s ransom to help the Patriots defend their Super Bowl title. Miami coach Adam Gase is working overtime to try and derail New England’s NFL juggernaut.

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Robert Kraft has taken the New England Patriots from the poor house to an NFL dynasty but he’s done even more for the NFL.

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Richard Seymour was more than his statistics. He was a Hall-of-Fame performer.

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The New England Patriots have won more Super Bowls by smaller margins than any dynasty in NFL history. So what does that say about them?

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Super Bowl LI is exactly what we hoped for, and not because it’s Tom Brady vs. Matt Ryan but because it’s Tom Brady vs. Roger Goodell.

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The New England Patriots were the biggest winners on Christmas weekend, and not because they destroyed the miserable Jets.

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Patriots’ owner Robert Kraft addresses the future of the Raiders, Chargers and Thursday Night Football.

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New England tight end Rob Gronkowski is a student of the NFL, and he studies his position — so much so that he told the Talk of Fame Network which tight ends from the past and which tight ends today he watches closest.

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Willie McGinest has three Super Bowl rings and more playoff sacks than anyone in history. Lomas Brown had seven Pro Bowl seasons and the second most offensive line starts in history. Does that make them Hall of Famers?

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The Arizona Cardinals are favored by seven points over New England this Sunday, and look no farther than one idle quarterback for the reason why.

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Hall-of-Famers Charlie Joiner and John Hannah join Hall of Fame finalist Jim Marshall on this week’s Talk of Fame program to talk. training camps and how different they are now from when they played.

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Ty Law played cornerback so physically the NFL eventually changed the law to protect receivers from his grasp.

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by Ron Borges Talk of Fame Network If justice is swift, at least once in Hall of Fame history injustice may have been swifter. The forward pass was invented to move the ball forward fast. Few wide receivers in pro football ever did that more effectively than Stanley Morgan yet he has never been a …

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