Announcement from Patriots: Tom Brady will not be talking today. But here's a insane bit of information that really highlights just how dominant this team has been in recent years. Brady hasn't missed a game due to injury since 2008.
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Looking back at the team's recent history, however, it makes ideal sense. According to The Boston Globe's Jim McBride, the Patriots quarterback "didn't seem hampered in any way" during the part of Wednesday's practice that media were allowed to watch. SEVEN! In the past six years, of course, New England has won two championships and lost another, losing the other three conference title games. At this point in the season, it is understandable why New England is taking all the precautions they can. He also dealt with an achilles injury and a shoulder injury earlier in the year.
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It will however involve taxes on repatriation of some of Apple's cash reserves, which are now in the $256 billion range. Apple has not openly solicited bids or tax breaks, but history suggests it will reap many such financial perks .
"I don't think we're going to let anything get in the way of this week", Brady said during a WEEI interview. Unfortunately, they were not able to make it out unscathed.
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Marc's lawyer declined to comment while The Situation's lawyer didn't get back to us. He and brother Marc will enter their pleas in court on Friday.
It was the Patriots' first practice in preparation for Sunday's conference title game against the Jacksonville Jaguars; the victor will proceed to the Super Bowl, where they will meet either the Minnesota Vikings or the Philadelphia Eagles. That is just stunning.