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Monday, May 21, 2007

In case you missed it: dream team

Jonathan and Robert Kraft are hoping to attract
40,000 visitors daily to Patriot Place.

(Globe Staff Photo /Barry Chin)

The same doctors who treat Tom Brady, Tedy Bruschi and other New England Patriots players will soon be available to examine the knee your kid sprained at soccer practice, Christopher Rowland reports in Sunday's Globe.

Dr. Bertram Zarins and Dr. Thomas J. Gill, Massachusetts General Hospital orthopedic surgeons who serve as Patriots team doctors, will be among the marquee physicians who will work next year at a new sports medicine center and outpatient surgical clinic in Foxborough, part of the Patriot Place commercial complex the Kraft family is building around Gillette Stadium.

Posted by Elizabeth Cooney at 06:25 AM
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