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Tim Reynolds, 22, and fellow MIT alum Patricia Li, 21, are headed to Las Vegas this weekend to compete in the 2013 Rubik’s Cube World Championship. Reynolds holds the North American record for solving the Rubik’s Cube in the fewest number of moves — 24 turns — and Li can solve the cube in around 11 seconds. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

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Rogue state trooper to push pencils for photo release Leaked photos. Sgt. Sean Murphy faced a disciplinary hearing for releasing photos of Tsarnaev’s capture.

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The Massachusetts State Police trooper who released photos of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been put on restricted duty pending the outcome of an internal police investigation. Sgt. Sean Murphy appeared before a three-person panel at state police headquarters in Framingham yesterday to determine whether he would be suspended from the force for leaking the photographs to Boston Magazine. State Police Col. Timothy Alben said after the hearing that terminating Murphy was “not a realistic option,” and Leonard Kesten, Murphy’s lawyer, called the suggestion that releasing the gritty photographs to the

press would impact Tsarnaev’s trial “preposterous.” “Sgt. Murphy has gotten tremendous support and appreciation from survivors and their families,” said Kesten. “He’s heard from a lot of people ... and that is why he did it. It’s gratifying. He didn’t sell the pictures. He did not hide, and that is so admirable.” Murphy’s son Connor, 19, told reporters outside police headquarters, “Throughout this process he’s shown the character that I hope to someday model myself after. If I could be one-fourth of the man he is, I would be happy.” Murphy said he was inspired to release the photographs after Rolling Stone magazine put Tsarnaev’s portrait on the cover of its August issue. State police said the investigation will take several weeks to determine whether Murphy violated state police policy.

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No gun, but lots of support Murphy was stripped of his use-of-force equipment, badge and identification, and was assigned to administrative duties. He was also transferred from the Office of Media Relations to the Division of Field Services. Although Murphy has been ordered to keep tight-lipped with the media, he has explained his actions by saying that the photos show the “real Boston bomber, not someone fluffed and buffed for the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.” Support for Murphy has been overwhelming. A Facebook group, “Save Sgt. Sean Murphy,” had more than 62,000 “likes” yesterday.

Massachusetts State Police Sgt. Sean Murphy, right, and his son Connor, 19, embraced after the hearing at the state police headquarters in Framingham yesterday. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

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An online fund-raiser is chipping away at the hope of raising $30,000 for Boston Marathon bombing hero Carlos Arredondo, who saved the life of double amputee Jeff Bauman after two bombs tore through the race’s Boylston Street finish line on April 15. Lori Tosches, of Milford, spearheaded the online push so that Arredondo could buy a new pickup truck. “He is an amazing man, and he’s had so much heart-

ache. He really is a hero,” said Tosches, who connected with Arredondo and his wife, Melida, through her “Boston Strong Ducks” Facebook page. His 2002 truck’s troubles started with an air-conditioning issue, but when he took it in for repair, he learned that the truck had a plethora of problems. “People have been generous and doing amazing things since the bombings,” Arredondo said yesterday. “It’s

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Salmonella scare. Clover Food Lab reopens with free french fries today Clover Food Lab is slated to reopen today after being shut down for nearly two weeks due to concerns over a Salmonella outbreak. The popular Cambridgebased eatery is celebrating by serving free french fries today. “We threw everything out. Anything that could have possibly been contaminated,” Clover CEO Ayr Muir wrote in a message on the company website. “We want to have

absolutely no doubt that our food is going to be delicious and safe.” Clover shut its doors on July 13 after learning that some people contracted Salmonella after eating there and at other restaurants. State officials said there were 15 confirmed cases as of yesterday, but they have not identified the source of the outbreak. Muir thanked patrons for their patience.

MIT grads speed cubing for championship title Championship. Two Boston speed cubers are taking their quick fingers to Las Vegas. When it comes to Tim Reynolds’ and Patricia Li’s favorite toy, speed is key. The two MIT graduates, who met at a college Rubik’s Cube club, are gearing up to compete in this weekend’s 2013 Rubik’s Cube World Championship in Las Vegas. “You’re not really thinking. It’s all muscle memory,” said Li, 21, whose fastest speed cubing average is around 11 seconds. Reynolds, 22, is not only a member of the World Cube Association board, he’s also on the organizing team for the world championship. His best average is 11.84 seconds, and he holds the North American record for solving

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Speed cuber Patricia Li, 21, is taking her talent to Las Vegas. / NICOLAUS CZARENECKI, METRO

the Rubik’s Cube in the fewest number of moves — 24 turns. “You have to be able to look ahead at what the next thing you want to solve is,” said Reynolds. “And you have to turn it fast if you want to win; about three times faster than I can. I’m not improving very much anymore.” About 570 competitors are expected to travel from 40 countries for this weekend’s championship.

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Kate and William show off new prince Proud parents. Kate said they were both feeling “very emotional.” Prince William and his wife, Kate, gave the world its first glimpse of their new baby yesterday when they left the hospital with the boy who is third in line to the British throne. To huge cheers from wellwishers and hospital staff, the beaming couple waved and took turns holding their son, wrapped tightly in a white blanket with only the top of his head visible. “He’s got her looks, thankfully,” William told reporters, adding that he could not be happier. Kate, wearing a pale blue dress with white polka dots, said they were both feeling “very emotional.” “It’s such a special time. Any parent ... will know what this feeling is like,” she said before William drove the

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Royal baby worth his weight in gold The Firm, as Britain’s royal family calls itself, has a new asset. With the world media in a frenzy over the birth of Prince William and wife Kate’s son, companies from airlines to champagne makers have young family away in a Range Rover. Kate, 31, gave birth to the couple’s first child on Monday afternoon, ending weeks of feverish anticipation about the arrival, and all three spent the night in the hospital — St. Mary’s in west London. They adhered to tradition by giving the public the first sight of the baby on the steps of the hospital as they left — just as William’s father, Prince Charles, and late mother, Princess Diana, did with him. REUTERS

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More lewd photos. Hard road ahead in Weiner’s bid to be next NYC mayor New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner, with his wife by his side, said he is staying in the race after confirming yesterday that some newly revealed sexually explicit online chats and photos, published this week by a gossip website, were sent by him. “I want to bring my vision to the people of the city of New York. I hope they are willing to still continue to give me a second chance,� said Weiner at a news conference. REUTERS

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Shares of U.S. tobacco companies fell yesterday after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said it is considering tightening regulations on menthol cigarettes following a scientific review that showed the products are likely to be more addictive than regular cigarettes. The report found that while menthol cigarettes are no more or less toxic than regular cigarettes, menthol’s cooling and anesthetic properties can reduce the harshness of smoke, increasing their appeal to new smokers. Still, at least some tobacco company analysts see the tone

   

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Nick Cannon has become Hollywood’s jack-of-alltrades, cashing in his teenage success on Nickelodeon to become a respected TV host, feature film actor, comedian, musician and producer. Among one of his most recent roles: becoming a father of twins to Monroe and Moroccan who are affectionately known as DemBabies. “I’m the disciplinarian in the family,” Cannon told Metro on Monday. The “America’s Got Talent” host knows there are certain expectations that come with having famous parents, and when your wife is Mariah Carey, even the little things get magnified. “I’m not looking forward to watching my children be ‘the next big things,’” he says. “I’d rather them be col-

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Sacha Baron Cohen quitting Queen biopic After years of planning and development, Sacha Baron Cohen has reportedly scrapped plans to portray Queen frontman Freddie Mercury on the big screen, exiting the film due to creative differences with the surviving members of Queen, according to Dead-

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I have tried to keep Amanda Bynes out of The Word because she’s obviously mentally unstable and her hijinks are more sad and disturbing than amusing. However, this item caught my eye: The former actress is now being hospitalized for setting a fire in the driveway of a stranger’s home in Thousand Oaks, Calif. The cops investigated the former child star-turned-Gremlin and determined she needed to be hospitalized on a 5150 hold, which is an involuntary hospitalization for mental evaluation. So this is good news. Maybe she will now get the help she needs?

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Big Star’s shining moment Rockumentary. The band that earned the right to say “Nothing Can Hurt Me” gets their due on film. Big Star’s 1972 debut, “#1 Record,” did not turn the Memphis quartet into what their name implies; the album didn’t even come close to charting at the position that its title suggests. They would eventually influence the next generation of alternative rock music, but this initial burst of self-imposed tragic and comic irony would go on to haunt the band. Director Drew DeNicola wanted to get away from this disparity when making the new documentary, “Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me.” “The sensibility of these guys wasn’t a commercial one, even if they thought so. The Big Star name was slightly tonguein-cheek,” he says. “It wasn’t

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As Big Star began to go down, their music got weirder, culminating in an artsy off-kilter masterpiece called “Third.” Band leader Alex Chilton pulled stunts like inviting the homeless in to sing background and replacing drum tracks with a deflated basketball. Drummer Jody Stephens says that even though it was challenging to record their swan song, it was an honor just to work in the studio with Chilton, who — as further tragic twist would have it — died in 2010, before he could see his band’s story committed to documentary. “The ‘Third’ album is such a brilliant reflection of where Alex was,” says Stephens today. “If there had been commercial success, it could have taken Alex somewhere else and produced a different kind of record.”

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made one song and a small video for it and shared it on my Facebook page to get some response from my friends. From there the song was very busy touring music blogs around the world. I didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t even have an idea myself that I wanted to make a record. I was just spending my time making this music.â&#x20AC;? After a decade of playing keyboards in various bands back in Copenhagen, Indians was Juulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s way of stepping out of the shadows and writing his own material. Once he signed to 4AD, Indians went from personal project to an

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vocals. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s folk music set in a foreign territory of somber soundscapes and dreamy atmospherics. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s electronic music with teasing tempos that toe the line of danceability, but rarely cross it. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been a process of recording and telling stories about whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s happening in

my life,â&#x20AC;? notes Juul, whose first language is Danish, not English. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think the English language is easier to express yourself, and I like traveling, and I like the idea of sharing my music with people. If I was only singing in Danish, I think I would only be able to share with Danish

people. Hereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s an opportunity for sharing with people all around the world.â&#x20AC;? Sharing music with others is a topic that comes up several times when talking with Juul. Even the name of the band is based around this ideal. â&#x20AC;&#x153;[Indians] is about sharing music and musicâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s part in nature,â&#x20AC;? he says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We all need music. We are all born listening to the heartbeat in our momâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s stomach and thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the first time we hear music. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s so close to our nature and in a way itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a celebration for Indians in general. We are all natives from somewhere, and I think itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s beautiful to have a simple life so close to nature.â&#x20AC;?

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Tegan and Sara get a little ‘Closer’ to fame Sister act. The duo’s new album is their catchiest yet. After 14 years as a musician, with seven studio albums and plenty of indie cred, but surprisingly little mainstream recognition to her name, Tegan Quin suddenly finds herself wondering, “Oh my God, am I supposed to have that moment now ... where I say I’m so sorry to Sara, like, I’ve ruined our band?” The popularity of Tegan and Sara’s infectious, electrodriven single “Closer” (off 2013’s “Heartthrob”) — a track that Tegan re-wrote six times, at Sara’s request — has thrust the Canadian sister act into the spotlight and on to the pop radio waves. Tegan remembers when their 2004 single “Walking With a Ghost” was making the rounds on the alt radio circuit and Sara moaned, “We’re like

that band who has one song.” As it turns out, it wasn’t true then and it isn’t true now. “You know what?” says Tegan, when asked if she’s dubious about the sudden uptick in their pop celebrity. “F— that. I’m really excited!” “F— that” is sort of the unspoken mantra for the sisters, who have maintained a long and steadily evolving career despite all the odds against them. A lesbian identical twin sister act seems like a studio-designed gimmick destined for one-hit wonderdom. But the sisters chose to first sign with a small label (Neil Young’s Vapor Records), allowing themselves time to grow as musicians and as people. Today, they’re touring internationally while t.A.T.u. (remember that other “lesbian” duo?) are, well, who knows? “I’m going to go to Russia and find them,” Tegan jokes. “You have to put out a thousand leads to have one hit,” she continues. “I don’t

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expect that every person who hears ‘Closer’ is going to become a fan, but I hope that enough do that it keeps our band relevant, and keeps us making music.” The twins have fostered a kind of creative symbiosis that a touring duo who did not share a zygote would likely have to work a lot harder to maintain. Though identical, Tegan says, they’re “different shades of red.” “Sara is an East Coast person, she’s into way more obscure, avant garde kind of stuff,” she says. “And I’m more laid back. I took less time with music. I yell when I talk onstage, she talks more quietly, we’re just kind of the opposite ends of each other.” “Heartthrob” is one of Tegan and Sara’s poppiest records to date, chock full of buzzy electro-hooks, and has likely earned them a whole new generation of fans. But it’s doubtful that any celebrity will affect their slightly selfeffacing take on life and on themselves. “I could never get a big head, I could never be a ‘Rock Star,’” Tegan says. “Sara will always be there to tell me I’m not that, I’m just me.”

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Create a gallery wall Decor. Framing expert Chrissy Droessler tells us how to turn our drab wall into a canvas for our memories and art. Tired of looking at your plain white walls? Display some art already. “Wall galleries are a great way for people who aren’t necessarily ‘artsy’ to add an artistic feel to their rooms,” says Chrissy Droessler, cofounder of the online custom framing company Framed & Matted. “The best part is that there’s no right or wrong way. Just do what you feel.” She helps us get started. Figure out your layout before hanging: “One of the biggest mistakes that people make while creating wall galleries is hanging individual pieces up before they actually have an idea of the layout,” says Droessler. She suggests laying the

Choose the right frames Keep it simple, advises Droessler. •

“The focus should be on the artwork and not the frame. Simple white or black frames look great with photographs or modern art. But really any frame that is simple and enhances the artwork is a good choice,” she says. If you want to add a splash of color, she suggests using a colorful mat. “Choose a color that is in the art,” she says. “If you do not want to commit to a bright mat, a good option is to get a double mat, with a white top and a colorful bottom mat.”

frames out on the floor first to organize your gallery. Doing so gives you a clearer picture of the outcome. “Also, if your goal is an eclectic gallery wall, you want to have frames in various sizes,” she says. “If you want a clean, crisp look, then the frames should be hung in line, either as a column, as a grid wall or as a few rows.”

Start with an anchor piece: “When building a gallery wall with different-size frames, it’s helpful to have the largest work as the ‘anchor,’ so the other works can be added around this piece,” says Droessler. “It’s also important to hang the anchor off center, otherwise you run the risk of your eye only focusing on the large center frame, when what you want is the whole group of frames to be the focus. So by putting it off center and hanging the other frames around the anchor, the gallery wall looks like a cohesive unit.” Keep the center of your gallery at eye level: “Hang art at eye level, with the center of the artwork at 60 inches off the floor,” says Droessler. This way the frames are at a comfortable place for people to view. “Hang the work too high, and people have to crane their necks, making it less fun to look at.”

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Fitness. This Friday, Hugh Jackman reprises his role as Logan in â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Wolverine.â&#x20AC;? His trainer tells us how Jackman turned into a superhero. Wolverine.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;? Initially, they worked on building strength and size, but in the final stages they had to trim him down. â&#x20AC;&#x153;That year, Hughâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s weight fluctuated

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Weights + cardio Becoming Wolverine required Jackman to train for a total of 11 hours a week. Monday to Friday, he and Kingsbury would do one hour of weights followed by one hour of cardio; on Saturdays, heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d do a one-hour interval session using a gym sled. On Sundays, heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d rest. Jackman was put on a progressive overload weighttraining plan to build up strength on basic lifts like the bench press, squat and deadlift. The point is to increase the weights by about 5 percent every four weeks, adjusting the reps at the same time. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d always train early in the morning, so Hugh would drink a double espresso just before for a boost in energy, and have breakfast straight after he was done with the exercises. We worked both the upper and lower body, doing different movements each day, in order to allow the body to recover. We focused slightly more on increasing the size of his legs, just to make sure he maintained balance,â&#x20AC;? he explains. They combined weights with a mixture of interval training and steady-state cardio, such as fast-paced walking. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It would either be low intensity or high intensity â&#x20AC;&#x201D; nothing in-between â&#x20AC;&#x201D; as the middle-ground stuff is the worst for maintaining muscle.â&#x20AC;?

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Leo | July 23-Aug. 22. Although you may not think so at first, events could prove just how fortunate you are. All you have to do is add the secret ingredient that is sorely missing: enthusiasm. Virgo | Aug. 23-Sept. 22. Regardless of whether you’re dealing with an entire group of people or just one person, your influence will be much stronger than you may realize. Weigh your words carefully. Libra | Sept. 23-Oct. 22. If you establish a realistic objective, a number of substantial rewards could follow. Define what you can accomplish and go after it. Scorpio | Oct. 23-Nov. 21. A bit of friendly competition tends to bring out some of your finer qualities. Although you will desire to win, if you do lose, you’ll be graceful. Sagittarius | Nov. 22-Dec. 21. Although joint endeavors look to be quite favorable today, you’ll still try to use only your own resources, even when joining forces with another. This won’t be a necessary position — it’ll be a pragmatic one. Capricorn | Dec. 22-Jan 20. Since Lady Luck would like to be your agent, this could be an unusually good day to negotiate something important.

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Aquarius | Jan. 21-Feb 18. If you’re involved in something that could be financially meaningful, stick with it until you get the results that you want. Pisces | Feb. 19-March 20. The secret to popularity today is to just be yourself. Allow your warm, compelling personality to draw others to you. It doesn’t get any easier than that! Aries | March 21-April 20. Even if you yourself don’t feel too lucky today, you’ll quickly discover that you can be quite fortunate for your family or someone you love. Place all your emphasis on them. Taurus | April 21-May 21. Good news is in the offing for you pertaining to something that you may have only recently become interested in. It’ll move you significantly ahead. Gemini | May 22-June 20. There are plenty of opportunities around you both careerwise and financially, but it’ll be up to you to take advantage of them. You may need to be able to handle several things at once. Cancer | June 21-July 22. Your positive, enthusiastic outlook today will supply you with the impetus you need to advance a huge project. There’s no need to settle for secondbest. BERNICE BEDE OSOL

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was new and at a low-paying position, it was overlooked and the mistreatment would continue. Speaking up to the person didn’t work for me. I was young and wasn’t taken seriously. I learned over time that using the word “attorney” has a lot of power. I was forced to seek legal help at times in order to rightfully receive unemployment benefits as a result of the companies failure to put a stop to the abuse and allow me to keep my job. Thank you for the article!

Re: ‘How to handle an office bully’ (Metro, July 22) Your article brought back bad memories of how unfairly and illegally I was treated in ALL of my past office jobs. It was horrible! Being a single female and a new employee at an entry-level position was all it took. I was targeted at every job from both men and women. It got to the point where I would inform/complain to Human Resources to handle the situation, but because I

Re: ‘Long live morality in the US!’ (Metro, July 23) Letter writer Kevin Metz’s statement that “there is nothing wrong with defending yourself” is correct. Unfortunately, the positions of both liberals and conservatives were rigidly locked in place. I don’t think Mr. Zimmerman set out that day to kill a young man. But I also think that he was caught up in the attitudes and fears underlying the “stand your ground” law. But, those six

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women had no choice but to acquit him. The prosecutor simply did not make a case. If the trial and its fallout showed nothing else, it showed that we’re all racist in a one way or another, whether we watch FOX or MSNBC. Justice should bring liberals and conservatives together on the issues of race and poverty and move beyond the sound bites. WALT PETERS, VIA EMAIL

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Offensive numbers for Sox are trending down MLB. Against the better teams in baseball, the Red Sox have struggled at the dish as of late. Even with how successful the Red Sox have been to this point in the season, there still are a few concerns â&#x20AC;&#x201D; mostly about pitching, particularly in the bullpen, with all the injuries theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve endured there. What has gone relatively unnoticed is that the Red Sox offense is starting to struggle, particularly against good teams. At the start of the week, the Red Sox led all of MLB in runs per game at 5.12, but looking further into things, they have done the majority of that damage against teams below .500. As of Tuesday, against teams with sub-.500 records, the Red Sox have averaged 5.87 runs per game, this compared to just 4.18 runs per game against teams over .500 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; close to a two-run difference. Their performances against good teams have gotten worse of late, as in the month of July against teams over .500, the Sox have only scored more than four runs once and are

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runs in July. Finally, the biggest dropoff comes off the bat of Jose Iglesias, who after his unbelievable start of hitting .438 through his first 32 games with the big league club, has come back to earth. This month, the 23-year-old is hitting just .226, a full 169 points less than he hit in June.

Fortunately for the Red Sox, their starting rotation has made up for the lack of offensive production, as Sox starters have allowed three earned runs or less in 15 of the clubâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s last 19 games. As the month of July comes to a close and the playoff races start to become more intense, the Sox need their bats to

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come alive like they did for the majority of the first half of the season, as they cannot rely on their starters to pitch as well as they have and bail them out against good teams night after night.

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Brady ‘talks’ Hernandez, Belichick up next Tom Brady made his first public comments regarding the arrest and release of Aaron Hernandez, but was vague in talking about the former Pats tight end. “I’ve seen a lot of things over 13 years, and what I have learned is that mental toughness and putting aside personal agendas for what’s in the best interest of the team matters most,” Brady told The MMQB. “I have moved on. I’m focusing on the great teammates I have who are committed to helping us win games. The only thing I care about is winning. Nothing is going to ever get in the way of that goal.” Patriots head coach Bill Belichick will address the media for the first time since Hernandez’s arrest today at 2 p.m.. Patriots training camp begins tomorrow. MATT BURKE

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When it comes to the New England Patriots, there’s one position fans haven’t had to worry about for more than a decade: quarterback. Tom Brady has made the Pats annual Super Bowl contenders since he permanently stepped in for Drew Bledsoe back in 2001, and now going into 2013, Brady still looks to be at or near the top of his game.

Brady tied his career high in completions last year with 401, while only throwing eight interceptions. His passer rating from 2007 to 2012 has ranged from 96.2 to 117.2 — all higher than his first six seasons. Brady is one of the greatest quarterbacks to ever play the game, but he isn’t a miracle worker. Without much of a receiving corps, Brady’s numbers could take a hit this season even if his skills are where they’ve been in previous years. The Patriots, of course, signed Tim Tebow in June, and it’s still unclear what the team’s vision is for him. Tebow had success at the quarterback position with the Broncos, but had an atrocious 46.5 percent

completion percentage in 2011. He was traded to the Jets before the 2012 season and was basically non-existent on the field, throwing just eight passes and rushing 32 times. Tebow is not a traditional quarterback and could certainly be used in different situations as a fullback or even a tight end. The Patriots’ third quarterback is Ryan Mallett, who the team drafted in the third round in 2011. Mallett’s name has appeared in trade rumors over the last two years, as teams love his strong arm and, of course, the fact he’s learning under Brady.

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Parents, what is your daughter doing this summer? Have you ever wanted to enroll your daughter in a nutrition or ďŹ tness program, but couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t ďŹ t it into your schedule? Researchers at UMass Boston are looking for girls to participate in iTeen, an 8 week online program that promotes healthy eating and physical activity To qualify, you must: - Be a girl between 10-14 years old - Have internet access - Live in Massachusetts or within 75 miles of Boston For more information (617) 287-7498 or iteen@umb.edu QualiďŹ ed participants will be compensated

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