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Patriots play tough

The team is cracking down on ticket resellers, first suing online marketplace Stubhub and now revoking season tickets from one of its own former players, Fred Smerlas. The retired NFL star, along with WEEI radio show host Glenn Ordway, run a company that throws $250-a-head tailgate parties ($625 if you want a game ticket too).

By Bruce Mohl
Globe Staff / December 3, 2006

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The New England Patriots have been pursuing ticket resellers the same way they go after opposing quarterbacks, but the latest target is one of their own. (Full article: 1340 words)

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