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GREEN BAY, Wis. — The last time Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers faced a team with cornerback Darrelle Revis in the secondary, he completed his lowest percentage of passes of any...
DAVE D'ONOFRIO
It's an approach that's served the Patriots well through the years, given the way they tend to improve over the course of a campaign, and dominate come December.
DAVE D'ONOFRIO
After Tim Wright’s two touchdown catches helped his new team to a seventh straight win, opinions of the deal that made him a Patriot may have reversed course.
DAVE D'ONOFRIO
The most remarkable thing about New England's 34-9 thumping of Detroit might've been just how unremarkable it seemed, given how routine lopsided decisions have become for the Patriots lately.
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HAVING TRADED Deion Branch and let David Givens leave as a free agent earlier that year, the Patriots seemed to have re-established their offensive identity by the time they traveled to Minnesota in...
DAVE D'ONOFIO
Despite Detroit's many offensive weapons, the biggest worry for the Patriots come Sunday afternoon will be figuring out a way to deal with Detroit's league-best defense.
DAVE D'ONOFRIO
Maybe most impressive of all, especially when considered in the context of what's now a six-game winning streak, is that the Pats kept showing the ability to win in a variety of ways.
DAVE D'ONOFRIO
With battles against the Broncos and Colts sandwiching the Patriots' bye week, fans of New England have been focused primarily on those two foes, particularly on how they might affect the local...
Super G bronze medalist Bode Miller, shown during the Sochi 2014 Olympic Games.

Bode Miller to have back surgery, but should be ready for skiing world championships

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Olympic champion Bode Miller of Franconia, N.H., will undergo back surgery but is expected to be fit to race at the Alpine ski world championships next year on home snow, the United States Ski and...

Ski NH reveals offers for opening resorts

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BOSTON--With member resorts poised to open soon, Ski NH, a group that represents 16 alpine and 17 Nordic resorts, as well as more than 200 lodging and guest-service properties in the Granite State,...

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Former St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter poses with, from left, Sam Dodge, 8, his brother Ryan, 10, and friend Owen Zuill, 10, all from Bedford, as Laura Dodge photographs them during the Granite State Baseball Dinner held at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester on Saturday.

Carpenter ready for break from baseball

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The 2014 Granite State Baseball Dinner took place Saturday night at the Radisson Hotel Expo Center and the Fisher Cats once again expect to have raised around $155,000 to $165,000.

Abby Dion, 9, records a 10 in gymnastics meet

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Abby Dion, a 9-year-old third grader at Highland-Goffe's Falls School in Manchester, recently scored a perfect 10 on her floor exercises routine at her first level 4 gymnastics meet of the season.

John Habib's City Sports: State Legion rejects Post 79’s request for senior team

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The state committee, recognizing the Manchester team met its obligation of replacing the coaches and committee members who were in charge when the team was suspended in 2013 for eligibility violations, has offered Post 79 the option of re-entering as a junior program in 2015.

Stars to come out at annual baseball dinner in Manchester on Saturday night

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Doors open at 5 p.m. and there will be an autograph session until 7 p.m. with special guests such as Carpenter, Red Sox third baseman Brock Holt and Claudia Williams, daughter of Red Sox legend Ted Williams.

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