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Florida judge blocks video in Kraft-related case

[ad_1] A Florida judge on Monday ruled that prosecutors cannot use surveillance video in a case related to the solicitation case of New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft.Palm Beach County Judge Joseph Marx ruled to suppress the video evidence in the case against the owner and manager of the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, Fla.Spa owner Hua Zhang and manager Lei Wang face several counts related to prostitution.
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Florida judge blocks video in case related to Kraft

[ad_1] A Florida judge on Monday ruled that prosecutors cannot use surveillance video in a case related to the solicitation case of New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft.Palm Beach County Judge Joseph Marx ruled to suppress the video evidence in the case against the owner and manager of the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, Fla.Spa owner Hua Zhang and manager Lei Wang face several counts related to prostitution.
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Devin and Jason McCourty’s message: How do you redefine success? – New England Patriots Blog

[ad_1] FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Quick-hit thoughts and notes on the New England Patriots and the NFL:1. McCourty twins continue to redefine success: Devin McCourty and Jason McCourty were chosen to deliver the 2019 commencement address at their alma mater, Rutgers, on Sunday, and they shared some insight on how they came up with remarks they hope will resonate.The first thing the 31-year-old Patriots twin defensive backs did was make it
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Florida prosecutors appeal Kraft video decision

[ad_1] Florida prosecutors will appeal a judge's decision to suppress the video evidence in Robert Kraft's solicitation of prosecution case, according to a notice filed in state court Friday afternoon.Judge Leonard Hanser ruled earlier this week that Jupiter, Florida, police did not properly monitor the video they planted in the Orchids of Asia Day Spa. The decision, if upheld, could effectively end the state's case against the New England Patriots
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Source — Free-agent LB Collins returns to Patriots

[ad_1] The New England Patriots have agreed to terms with free-agent linebacker Jamie Collins, a source confirmed to ESPN on Wednesday.This is a reunion for the Patriots and Collins, as the club had selected him in the second round of the 2013 draft. The agreement was first reported by the Boston Globe.The team is well stocked at its off-the-line linebacker position, where Collins plays, so there is no guarantee his
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Ranking NFL QB commitment – How married all 32 teams are to their starters

[ad_1] Yeah, your team has a quarterback. But for how long does it have that quarterback, and how sure is it that he's the one?Some NFL teams are married to their quarterbacks. Some are just starting to get serious. Some are sitting across from their quarterbacks at a fancy restaurant blatantly eyeing a quarterback at the next table. It's a complex and varied landscape, and it can be confusing.So we
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Judge suppresses video in Kraft solicitation case

[ad_1] A judge in Palm Beach County has granted New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft's motion to suppress video evidence in his solicitation of prostitution case.With the ruling Monday by Judge Leonard Hanser, the case against Kraft and the other men charged with solicitation of prostitution could be effectively dead.Hanser had last week set a May 21 date for Kraft and his attorneys to appear in court to schedule a
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Patriots’ Edelman to graduate from Kent State

[ad_1] New England Patriots receiver Julian Edelman is set to graduate from Kent State on Saturday, 10 years after he left the school for the NFL in 2009.Edelman, 32, played quarterback at Kent State before being drafted by the Patriots in the seventh round of the 2009 draft (232 overall).He has three Super Bowl rings with the Patriots, and was MVP of this year's game, with 10 catches for 141
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TE Watson to join Pats on one-year deal

[ad_1] FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - Veteran tight end Benjamin Watson is putting his retirement on hold, and he's coming home to do it.The New England Patriots intend to sign the 38-year-old Watson - one of their first-round draft choices in 2004 - to a one-year deal worth up to $3 million, sources tell ESPN's Adam Schefter.Watson visited the Patriots on Thursday, and becomes part of a group that will attempt to
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Mega NFL projections — Likely Super Bowl LIV matchups, 2020 draft order, more

[ad_1] 7:30 AM ETHank GargiuloCloseESPN Analytics Data management analyst at ESPN Graduate of Sacred Heart UniversitySeth WalderPatrick Mahomes already is the reigning MVP. Now he's a Super Bowl favorite, too.Mahomes, Andy Reid and the rest of the Kansas City Chiefs have a 16 percent chance to hoist the Lombardi trophy following Super Bowl LIV, according to ESPN's Football Power Index (FPI), tops in the NFL.FPI is our prediction model for