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Let the NFL's air out

Professional sport being a gentlemanly pursuit in which participants would surely step forward at the slightest possibility that even the most minor of rules had been bent, let alone broken, it's difficult to imagine anyone associated with the New England Patriots had a hand in deflating the...

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