Jet’s Falk goes from practice squad to starter

With Sam Darnold and Trevor Siemian both out, Luke Falk moves from the Jet’s practice squad to starting quarterback against the New England Patriots (Sept. 20)

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Robert Kraft’s Alleged Sex Tape Is A Test For Florida’s Open Records Laws (HBO)

A Florida court is currently weighing an important matter: Does the public have the right to see a 77-year-old billionaire get a hand job?

The billionaire, of course, is Robert Kraft, the owner of the New England Patriots. He was arrested for soliciting a prostitute back in February in a bust at the Orchids of Asia Day Spa, where surveillance cameras police had secretly installed at the spa captured him in action.

Kraft has pled not guilty, and since the arrest his lawyers have been working hard to keep that footage from being released to the media. They say that since all the gory allegations against Kraft are in a publicly available police affidavit, releasing the actual video would serve no purpose other than to humiliate Kraft and generate a lot of clicks.

It’s a reasonable argument. But in this case, it’s in direct conflict with a series of Florida statutes called sunshine laws, which require that all government records — texts, photos, videos, whatever, including criminal evidence — must be easily available to the public, with only a few exceptions. This is what makes the endlessly entertaining Florida Man Twitter feed possible. And it’s what gives Floridians more government transparency than residents of any other state.

In other words, the Kraft case isn’t just about the public’s appetite for salacious news. It’s also about the value of government transparency, and whether a rich and famous person should be exempted from the rules. And the case is especially important because it comes at a time when the sunshine laws are under assault on a variety of fronts.

Corporations, for instance, are giving transparency a bad name by mining public records for information they can use in lawsuits. The Florida legislature, under the guise of reducing the workload for the Department of Law Enforcement, is considering a bill that would allow the department to seal millions of criminal records from cases where charges were dropped or dismissed, or even where someone was tried and found not guilty. That would make it harder to identify patterns of misconduct, or to expose things like wrongful prosecutions.

Finally, there are the rich guys like Kraft, who are pushing hard to make sure the sunshine laws don’t apply to them. And in Kraft’s case, at least, that push is working: on Tuesday, a judge temporarily sealed the tapes, saying that Kraft’s fame did make releasing them a different proposition than it would be if he were just an average Florida man. The case is still ongoing, but for now at least, the score is Kraft 1, Transparency O.

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Kraft wants massage video blocked from public

Attorneys representing New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and other men charged in a Florida massage parlor prostitution investigation are asking a judge to block the release of video that police say shows them engaging in sexual acts (March 21).

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AP Top Stories February 25 P

Here are the top stories for Monday, February 25th: Trump heads to Vietnam for North Korea summit; R. Kelly pleads not guilty in sex abuse case; Police detail charges against New England Patriots owner; Academy Awards sees ratings boost.

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Brady raises trophy in Patriots parade, thousands line streets

Six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady raises the trophy during the New England Patriots victory parade in Boston. Thousands line the streets to celebrate the Patriots win over the Los Angeles Rams in the Super Bowl.

Rams’ fans in Los Angeles mourn Super Bowl loss

(4 Feb 2019) Fans of the NFL Los Angeles Rams watched in L.A. as their NFL team lost the Super Bowl to the New England Patriots in Atlanta, 13-3. Fans expressed sadness over the loss and optimism about the teams’ future. (Feb. 4)

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Fans try to predict tonight’s Super Bowl game

(3 Feb 2019) Hours before Super Bowl 53 kicks off in Atlanta, fans of both the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams are confident they’ll walk away victorious. (Feb. 3)

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Zoo’s gorilla predicts Rams’ Super Bowl win

(1 Feb 2019) A baby gorilla at the Dallas Zoo is picking the Los Angeles Rams over the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl. Seven-month-old Saambili chose a treat with Rams’ blue and gold colors (Feb. 1)

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Brain trauma in sport

Videographic on brain trauma and concussion. The New England Patriots take on the Los Angeles Rams in the Super Bowl on Sunday. A July 2017 study which analysed brain tissue of 111 dead former NFL players found evidence of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), the neuro-degenerative condition, in 110 of them. Also, the Six Nations rugby union competition begins in Europe on Friday. How to reduce the number of head injuries suffered by rugby union players has become as major concern for the game’s authorities.VIDEOGRAPHICS

LA Rams coach ‘feeling good’ ahead of Super Bowl

(29 Jan 2019) Rams Head Coach, Sean McVay, talks about how his team is preparing to take on the New England Patriots on Sunday. McVay says he feels good about where they are. (Jan. 29)

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Patriots, Rams arrive in Atlanta for Super Bowl

(28 Jan 2019) The New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams arrived in Atlanta on Sunday and will practice this week before squaring off in the Super Bowl next Sunday. (Jan. 28)

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Burglary of Rob Gronkowski’s Home Investigated

Police are investigating the apparent burglary of the home of New England Patriots receiver Rob Gronkowski. Police say it happened while the team was in Minneapolis for the Super Bowl. (Feb. 6)

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Fans Sing ‘Fly Eagles Fly’ as Team Returns

Philadelphia Eagles fans cheered the team’s return to the city with the Vince Lombardi trophy after an historic 41-33 Super Bowl victory over the New England Patriots in Minneapolis. (Feb. 5)

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Super Bowl mayhem: Fans clash, explosion heard

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Raw: Fans Crowd Philly Streets After Eagles Win

Eagles fans crowded the streets of Center City Philadelphia and sang the team’s theme song “Fly Eagles, Fly” after the Eagles beat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl, 41-33. (Feb. 5)

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Eagles: Knew We Had To Score A Lot of Touchdowns

Running Back LeGarrette Blount says the Philadelphia Eagles knew they had to score ‘a lot of touchdowns’ to beat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl. Eagles players credit Doug Pederson’s aggressive coaching with the Eagles’ 41-33 victory. (Feb. 5)

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Would You Pay $22,000 for a Super Bowl Ticket?

StubHub, the internet ticket broker, says that despite the New England Patriots being in the Super Bowl again, and frigid temperatures in Minneapolis, this year’s Super Bowl is on track to be the most expensive in history. (Feb. 1)

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Who is Tom Brady’s Man Crush?

The New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles kicked off Super Bowl week with the always irreverent tradition of Super Bowl media night. (Jan. 30)

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Patriots Arrive in Minnesota for Super Bowl

The New England Patriots arrived in Minneapolis Monday afternoon to kick off Super Bowl week ahead of the championship game on Sunday. (Jan. 29)

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Philadelphia Museum Renames ‘Patriots Gallery’

The Museum of the American Revolution has temporarily renamed its Patriots Galley as “Eagles Gallery,” in honor of the Philadelphia Eagles’ upcoming Super Bowl face-off against the New England Patriots. (Jan. 25)

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Philadelphia Parties as Eagles Go To Super Bowl

Crowds filled the streets of Philadelphia after the Eagles beat the Minnesota Vikings 38-7 to win the NFC title on Sunday. The win sends the Eagles to the Super Bowl where they will play the New England Patriots. (Jan. 22)

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