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It's that time of the year again. You know, the time when you try really hard to come up with a hilarious Halloween costume, only to frantically go to Google on Oct. 29 looking for some help. Fortunately for you, we're here to help. For the third straight year, has put together 10 costume ideas for the Boston sports fan. Some past costumes include Milan Lucic's fight victims, Brian Scalabrine, "The Little Patriots Who Could" Danny Woodhead, Tom Brady's hair and a two-headed goaltending controversy of Tuukka Rask and Tim Thomas. You can check out the 2009 list here,...

Fashion statements galore in Foxboro from Bill Belichick to the players

Maybe it’s the bye week, but we did a few double takes today. First, Patriots coach Bill Belichick was stylin’ with a new hoodie. It wasn’t quite as drab as the usual number. He was actually worried this one might catch on with the public. ”You don’t want to make it too popular and take over the gray one,” Belichick cracked when asked about the new hoodie. Then, there...

Ryan apologizes for comments about Chargers

Jets coach Rex Ryan admits he messed up in his comments about the San Diego Chargers, New York's opponent this week.

Rex Ryan apologizes for comments about Chargers

FLORHAM PARK, N.J - Jets coach Rex Ryan admits he messed up in his comments about the San Diego Chargers, New York's...

Historical Greatness of Tom Brady, Bill Belichick Evident to Patriots

FOXBORO, Mass. -- Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady are about to set a record that hardly snuck up on anyone. With one more victory, they'll be the winningest head coach and quarterback tandem since the 1970 merger. They've got an astounding 116-33 regular-season record together, and they just tied Don Shula and Dan Marino with the most wins together...

Ryan backs off comments made about Bolts head-coaching job

Rex Ryan said Thursday anything inferred by his comments about having two Super Bowls rings if he got the Chargers coaching job was "unintentional".

Jets mired in mediocrity

Maybe Rex Ryan just has a foggy crystal ball. As usual, the Jets coach predicted big things from his team this year. The Super Bowl talk and boasts about his roster created expectations around the Jets that six weeks into the season appear unrealistic. At 3-3, maybe this is just...

Dungy coaching tree is NFL's future

Tanier: The Belichick Family Tree may soon start sprouting again, but its sudden rise and fall serves as a reminder that analyzing “coaching trees” is hardly an exact science.

Friday’s “Top 5″ as inspired by Rex Ryan

Last night, I put out a call for ideas for Friday’s edition of NBC SportsTalk, during which Peter King and I present a five-item list and then discuss it. A reader made a tongue-in-cheek suggestion that we list the five teams with which Rex Ryan would have won a Super Bowl for now.  And we…

Tom Brady Misses Second Straight Practice, Bill Belichick Won't Acknowledge Absence

FOXBORO, Mass. -- Quarterback Tom Brady missed his second straight day of practice Wednesday for undisclosed reasons. Brady seemed fine in the locker room, so it wouldn't be surprising if he just received a couple days of rest before the Patriots broke camp for the bye-week vacation. Prior to practice, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick didn't even acknowledge Brady's...

Ryan admits gaffe on Chargers remarks (AP)

Jets coach Rex Ryan admits he messed up in his comments about the San Diego Chargers, New York's opponent this week. Ryan says Thursday that he didn't intentionally diss the Chargers or coach Norv Turner by saying `'I would have had a couple of rings" had the team hired him as head coach in 2007.

The Hollow Mockery: NFL Broadcasts Week 6

A journey through broadcasting in Week 6 of the NFL season, including Bill Belichick's minimalist mastery of the halftime sideline interview.

Ryan (and his mouth) could learn a thing or two from Tomlinson

LaDainian Tomlinson says all the right things ahead of the big Chargers-Jets game. Unfortunately, the same can't be said for his coach. Clark Judge says tight-lipped L.T. is a fine example for the talkative Rex Ryan.

Video of the day: Patriots rookie OL Nate Solder offers his thoughts on the bye week

Before the Patriots broke for the bye week, coach Bill Belichick spoke to the rookies. For 40 minutes, he counseled them on what to expect this week and how to conduct themselves for the rest of the season. Rookie first-round OT Nate Solder called it “informative.” What else did he say? Check out my video:
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