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Attention, sore losers: Call 1-833-CRYGATE

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Attention, sore losers: Call 1-833-CRYGATE

Attention, NFL coaches and players. The Sore Loser Society has released a public service announcement to help teams deal with their deflated feelings after losing to the New England Patriots. 

Mike Tomlin and John Harbaugh better be listening.

With the Bills and Jaguars up next on Patriots' schedule, the Sore Loser Society’s phone lines could be very busy in the coming weeks.

Watch the video above to see the hilarious PSA.

That 617 Life Podcast: The Madden Curse continues with Patrick Mahomes' injury

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That 617 Life Podcast: The Madden Curse continues with Patrick Mahomes' injury

Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes' knee injury is just another example of the Madden Curse, says the 617 Life crew. That and more in this week's edition:

5:26 - Leroy Irving, Shanda Foster and Cerrone Battle talk about the knee injury Patrick Mahomes suffered vs. the Broncos, how it affects the Patriots' chances to win the AFC and what it means for the marketability of the league.

13:04 - Cerrone gives his Cold Cuts and Hot Takes, NBA-preview style.

23:24 - Shanda sounds off on Michael Stahan's wife seeking child-support money, Myles Garrett being punched in the face by a fan and the pettiness of Detroit Lions fans after their controversial loss to Green Bay.

31:41 - The Madden Curse is real and Patrick Mahomes being injured Thursday night proves it. Who are the few players who have actually escaped their fate?

37:02 - In this week's playa's call, Leroy calls out Shaq, Shanda calls out Damien Williams and Cerrone calls out Michael Jordan.

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Stephon Gilmore invites bullied youth football player to Patriots game

Stephon Gilmore invites bullied youth football player to Patriots game

When Stephon Gilmore caught wind of the story of a 12-year-old girl who has been bullied for playing football, he decided to take action.

On Thursday, the New England Patriots cornerback noticed a video posted by WPRI of Quinn, a youth football player from Pawtucket who plays cornerback and wears Gilmore's No. 24. It clearly resonated with Gilmore as he tweeted his desire to get in touch with Quinn's family so he could invite her to a Pats game.

“She’s repping that 24! Would love to meet you Quinn! If anyone knows her contact DM me! Hopefully she would enjoy a Pats game!” he wrote.

Gilmore discussed Quinn's story further with reporters on Friday.

“It’s a sad situation, but I’m happy for her,” Gilmore said. “I’m happy she’s focused and having fun playing football. I think she should be happy and not let nothing affect her on the outside, be happy to go to school, be happy to play sports. Hopefully, I can connect with her soon.”

There's no word yet on when Gilmore will get to meet Quinn, but when he does, he'll have a special message for her.

“No matter what it is — in class or in sports — do what you love and never let no one tell you that you can’t do nothing,” Gilmore said. “Women can play whatever they want to play. That’s one thing I would tell her.”

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