Tom E. Curran

Tom E. Curran

CSNNE.com & Chevrolet SportsNet Central Patriots Insider

 
Tom E. Curran has been a leading voice on the Patriots and the NFL since 1997. First at the MetroWest Daily News then with the Providence Journal, Curran covered the Patriots during their post-Tuna fall and Belichick-Brady rise. After four years as NBCSports.com's NFL insider and general columnist, Curran returns to the Patriots beat and his New England roots with Comcast Sportsnet.com. A regular contributor to WEEI, NFL Network, ESPN Radio, Dan Patrick Show, Jim Rome, NFL Films, SIRIUS NFL Radio, Fox Sports Radio, Pro Football Talk, The Sporting News and Pro Football Weekly, Curran's unique voice and leading-edge analysis have set him apart locally and nationally.
 

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