25 Jul 2005
Peter King is back. I know I've missed him. He says he's still going with the Patriots to win the Super Bowl even though they've lost Tedy Bruschi, who he describes as the second-most important player on the team. Peter also informs us that he'll be blogging from training camps this year. Why do I have a funny feeling that the honchos at SI.com just think "blogging" is a cooler way to describe King's stuff than "postcards from training camp," but the substance will be the same?
Peter also tells us he has a bad back from lifting a 250-pound TV. I assume he's greatly exaggerating the weight, unless they're designing televisions in a format I'm not aware of.
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