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As sure as night follows day, Antonio Brown is signing for the Patriots
Star wide receiver agrees a one-year deal with the Pats worth up to $15m
Netflix drops satire episode critical of Saudi Arabia
The move was widely denounced by rights groups including Amnesty International.
'A bunch of jellyfish masquerading as a cabinet': Insults fly as Theresa May faces Commons
May was put under pressure on Brexit in the Commons – but Jeremy Corbyn failed to land a knockout blow.
On the Hunt: Irish interest grows at Wigan as a familiar face puts pen to paper
Noel Hunt has joined on a season-long deal.
The Dirty Dozen: A litany of Irish players could feature as Preston take on Burnley tonight
There could be as many as 12 Irish players on show, with Sean Maguire and Kevin O’Connor in line to make their PNE debuts.
Even without Brady, the Patriots remain the best of the bunch in the AFC
The four-time Super Bowl winner will sit out the first four weeks of the season.
Super Bowl winner gets call to play sevens for USA at Olympics
Nate Ebner will miss about two weeks of pre-season training due to his commitment to Rio.
'I just don't get to see my family enough' - Scott insists he's not abandoning his country
The Aussie has decided not to play at the Olympics.
Ian Madigan pays tribute to the men and women of 1916 with these neon green boots
The Leinster man kicked the winning penalty in the 19 – 16 win over Ospreys, the same numbers he had inscribed on his boots.
NFL officially outlaws genius trick play that helped the Patriots to the Super Bowl
No more tricky formations allowed in the No Fun League.
Olympic Silver Medallist sprinter signed up by New England Patriots
The multi-talented athlete has prospered on the American Football field with University of Florida.
NFL's 'last real anarchist' still on top
Bill Belichick is preparing the New England Patriots for another Divisional Championsip game – against the Baltimore Ravens. And, as always, he’s doing it his way.