Celtics participate in discussion at Perkins School

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Celtics participate in discussion at Perkins School

Earlier this week Brandon Bass, Avery Bradley, and Greg Stiemsma of the Celtics visited Perkins School for the Blind for a special sports roundtable discussion with students. The trio answered questions asked through various communication methods, including braille, tactile sign language, and electronic note takers.

"This was a very educating experience for me," Stiemsma said. "It was amazing to see all the different forms of communication used by these students. I enjoyed answering some of the questions the students had about reading and playing basketball.

Following the roundtable, hosted by Fox 25s Gene Lavanchy, Bass, Bradley, and Stiemsma signed autographs for the students. (Photos courtesy of the Boston Celtics)

Pats' triumph over Rams makes Brady winningest QB in NFL history

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Pats' triumph over Rams makes Brady winningest QB in NFL history

FOXBORO -- An otherwise mundane 26-10 dispatching of the Los Angeles Rams Sunday by the New England Patriots was made historic by Tom Brady.

The victory was Brady's 201st as a starting quarterback in the NFL -- 1797 regular-season wins, 22 in the playoffs -- and made him the winningest quarterback in league history. Coming into the game he had been tied with Peyton Manning at 200 wins.

More to come . . .