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FLM All 32: Team-by-team NFL notes

That's why we thought we'd probably get the same thing. That didn't happen." Backup quarterback Brock Osweiler led the Dolphins in ... and Microsoft co-owner Paul Allen's passing was met with an outpo... read more

The Biggest Looming Decision for Every NFL Team

In 2016, running back David Johnson led the league in touches ... franchise experiencing relative success. Kicker Matt Bryant, quarterback Matt Ryan, left tackle Jake Matthews, wide receiver Julio Jon... read more

Week 2 NFL Picks: Odds, Analysis And Predictions For Every Game

NESN.com’s Mike Cole, Ricky Doyle and Andre Khatchaturian had varying levels of success ... back (James White is more than capable), or even a fullback (James Develin had four catches in Week 1), as l... read more

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Mercury Prize 2009: The nominees

Led by James Allan, Glasvegas hail from the down-at-heel Dalmarnock district of Glasgow. The four-piece have won praise for their grim tales ... and I'm sure he was starting to find me a pain," she la... read more


Every NHL Team Is Bad: A Season Preview

2016-17 record: 22-56-4 What’s bad: Joe Sakic is the worst GM in the league and it defies logic that he’s still employed after last season, the worst by an NHL team since the Atlanta Thrashers, led by ... read more

Index sets up China shop

Index Holdings, a mobile communications and media group, has launched a China office, Index China, through group company Index Asia Pacific, the company announced Thursday. In partnership with China M... read more

NBA Power Rankings: The 50 Most Clutch Players of All Time

The legend of Carmelo's clutch originated in college, when, as a freshman, he led Jim Boeheim's fifth-seeded ... shot with the game on the line, he would pick Allen. When your nickname is "Big Game Ja... read more

Shoestring Living: Be grateful every day

Back in the land where we didn’t have kids that participated in unimaginably expensive sports or wished for gifts like iPod Touches, my husband and I actually purchased gifts for each other. I am a go... read more

Free Speech Means Will There Will Be Crazy Speech — And That’s Okay

First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, adopted Dec. 15, 1791 It’s this wild freedom that has led to wonder and discovery, innovation and invention. It’s what made America great. No single word reso... read more

What I Saw When I Really Looked: My Late Brother, Heroin, and Grief

Free of pain, their skin remembers pain. “Why remember it?” Mary wonders. “Save but to swell the sense of being blest,” Winifred answers. “Besides, forgetfulness of the disagreeable things of this lif... read more

Waynesboro native Jessie Dickey is gracing Broadway

Former Waynesboro resident Jessie Dickey said she is thrilled to be making her Broadway debut in “Wit,” the story of a poetry professor undergoing experimental treatment for cancer. “The cast is spect... read more



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