Despite the story being told by the owner of the New England Patriots, a spokesperson for Vladimir Putin continues to insist that Robert Kraft's pilfered Super Bowl ring was a gift and he's not about to give it back.
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Today in sports: Nike will not be ruining your favorite NFL uniform when they become the league's official apparel supplier, Roger Goodell gets a new contract, and Las Vegas took some big bets on the Giants.
John Kerry and Scott Brown team up to make sure DirecTV customers in Boston will be able to watch the Super Bowl, and the first round of bidding for the Dodgers is complete.
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