Patriots’ 2014 schedule includes five night games

The Patriots knew their opponents for 2014, and now they know the order in which they will face them in 2014.

The annual Peyton Manning-Tom Brady matchup this season will be played Nov. 2, when the Broncos visit Gillette Stadium. (File/Steven Senne/Associated Press)

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Patriots have favorable early season schedule

The Patriots will spend a lot of time away from Foxborough in the first month of the season with three road games.

Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman defended his television tirade during a visit to Harvard on Wednesday. (Charles Krupa/Associated Press)

Charles Krupa/Associated Press

Richard Sherman discusses TV rant at Harvard forum

The Seahawks cornerback refused to apologize for his on-air tirade after the NFC Championship game last season.

The Packers will get another shot against Russell Wilson and Seattle in their 2014 opener.

Notes: Seahawks-Packers will kick off 2014 season

It’s the third straight season the Packers have traveled to face the defending Super Bowl champions.

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