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Carroll not impressed with Patriots fans at Gillette

RENTON — Pete Carroll was not impressed with Patriots fans. Asked on 710 ESPN Seattle about the environment, he said, “OK. It’s not a great place. They weren’t nuts because they’re so used to winning.” After the Patriots kicked a go-ahead field goal, he noted there was just a round of applause. Carroll said fans heckled him throughout. “There was a lot of, ‘Thanks for throwing it’ and all that kind of garbage,” he said.

Patriots wanted flag on last play in endzone

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Tom Brady wanted a call from officials that would have extended the game. So did Rob Gronkowski, who was seen insisting he was held by Seattle Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor.

Martin expected to suit up for Bucs

TAMPA BAY, Fla. — Running back Doug Martin is expected to play Sunday, but the Tampa Bay Buccaneers still want to test him prior to their game against the Chicago Bears, sources said on Saturday.

Mariners acquire OF/IF Valencia from Oakland for Blackburn

Searching for lineup balance to compliment a slew of left-handed hitters, the Mariners made a trade to address that need on Saturday afternoon. Seattle acquired right-handed hitting first baseman/outfielder Danny Valencia from the Oakland A’s in exchange for minor league pitching prospect Paul Blackburn.

Sherman fined for hit on Carpenter

RENTON — Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman confirmed Thursday that he was fined $9,115 for his hit on Buffalo Bills kicker Dan Carpenter.

Sherman blows off Bills kicker’s wife apology

RENTON — Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman didn’t seem impressed with an apology from Kaela Carpenter, wife of Buffalo Bills kicker Dan Carpenter, over her tweet during the Monday night game that Sherman should be castrated.

MLB destroys Indians merchandise

NEW YORK — Major League Baseball is moving away from the longtime practice of donating its wrong-winner merchandise to other countries. MLB spokesman Matt Bourne confirmed that all licensed items that call the Cleveland Indians the 2016 World Series champions must be handed over by retailers in order to destroy the products after the Chicago Cubs’ victory in the seven-game series.

Mariners pitching depth provides edge in free agency

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — When mega-agent Scott Boras strolled through the lush and rustic courtyard of the Montelucia Resort and Spa, stopping in a shaded area to take questions from a throng of baseball writers, he provided a verification of what was already known coming into the offseason.

Dipoto at it again as offseason begins

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — A year ago, Jerry Dipoto had made a six-player trade with the Rays before the annual Major League Baseball General Managers' meetings had begun.

Win over Bills appears to show Seahawks’ running limitations

In all that happened Monday night — another Richard Sherman/officiating controversy, amazing catches by Jimmy Graham, a dramatic last-minute defensive stand — what might have the biggest long-term ramifications on Seattle’s season was revealed in a comment made by coach Pete Carroll Tuesday.

Clenson’s Watson going pro

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Clemson coach Dabo Swinney says the school is honoring quarterback Deshaun Watson, tailback Wayne Gallman and receivers Mike Williams and Artavis Scott, all juniors, because they are heading to the NFL after this season. 

Indians don’t make offers to Napoli, Davis

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Cleveland Indians have decided not to make qualifying offers to free agents Mike Napoli and Rajai Davis, multiple media outlets reported Monday.