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Timeline: The Demise of the New England Patriots

The long slow demise of a once proud franchise is capped by the Aaron Hernandez murder investigation.
<p> Timeline: The Demise of the New England Patriots</p>
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This isn’t going to be pretty for the New England Patriots.


Contract disputes, broken forearms, video scandals and Super Bowl disappointments are one thing. Murder is an entirely different issue all together.

Indianapolis Colts 2013 Schedule Analysis

Athlon breaks down each and every team's schedule for the 2013 NFL season
<p> Indianapolis Colts 2013 Schedule Analysis</p>
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The Indianapolis Colts were one of the NFL's surprise teams last season, winning 11 games and making it to the playoffs. What does quarterback Andrew Luck have in mind for an encore? Here's our look at the Colts' 2013 NFL schedule.

Athlon's Essential 11 Links of the Day

Rounding up the web's best sports links so you don't have to.
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This is your daily link roundup of our favorite sports posts on the web for June 14.

• "Man of Steel" opens this weekend, which prompted Coed to count down the sexiest Lois Lanes of all time. Amy Adams ranks pretty high on that list.

Baltimore Ravens 2013 Schedule Analysis

Athlon breaks down each and every team's schedule for the 2013 NFL season
<p> Baltimore Ravens 2013 Schedule Analysis</p>
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The Baltimore Ravens will begin defense of their Super Bowl Championship in style this season with a huge showdown against an AFC rival. And since scheduling plays a huge role in the outcome of every NFL season, Athlon is analyzing every team's 16-game slate.

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Greatest High School Classmates in Sports History

Robert Nkemdiche and Austin Meadows were classmates at Grayson High School.
<p> Greatest High School Classmates in Sports History, including Robert Nkemdiche and Austin Meadows, John Havlicek and Phil Niekro, Matthew Stafford and Clayton Kershaw, Randy Moss and Jason Williams, Jason Segel and Jason Collins, Victor Oladipo and Cyrus Kouandjio, Marv Albert and Neil Diamond, Snoop Dogg and Cameron Diaz, Donovan McNabb and Antoine Walker, Bill Belichick and Buzz Bissinger.</p>
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Some high schools have only one big man on campus. Others have a whole gang of future stars running the hallways. These are the 10 greatest high school classmates in sports history.

10 Craziest Parents in Sports

These moms and dads crossed the line at some point during their kid’s sports career.
<p> The craziest parents in sports, including Marv Marinovich, Richard Williams, Earl Woods, William Sanders, Larry Fitzgerald Sr., Lynn and Rick Raisman, Cecil Fielder, Minna Wilson, Andrea McDonald and A.P. Indy.</p>

The craziest parents in sports have all had strange twists and turns along the way to fame or infamy. Many plotted every step of their child’s life. Others got in the way. Some were successful. Some failed. Every one of them made their kid’s journey a wild ride — for better or worse.

1. Marv Marinovich, father of Todd Marinovich

Chunky Linemen Run 40 at Combine with "Chariots of Fire" Music

If this doesn't inspire you (to smile), nothing will
<p> Chunky Linemen Run 40 at Combine with "Chariots of Fire" Music</p>
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The NFL Scouting Combine is underway in Indianapolis, where athletes of all shapes and sizes come to impress. Some are more impressive than others, but one thing that always holds true: we love watching the pudgy linemen run the 40. And what could possibly make it better? Apparently adding the theme music from "Chariots of Fire". 

 

5 Reasons Why the San Francisco 49ers Will Win Super Bowl XLVII

Jim Harbaugh’s “old school” philosophy is just one reason to like his team’s chances to win on Feb. 3
<p> Harbaugh’s “old school” philosophy is one reason to like his team’s chances.</p>

Super Bowl XLVII is set for Sunday, Feb. 3, in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. While the majority of the focus has been on the matchup up between the sons of Jack Harbaugh, this Har-Bowl (or Super Baugh, if you prefer) will be decided on the field by the teams that are led by John and Jim, the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers.

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