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04/10/2014 12:02 pm ET | Updated Apr 10, 2014

Mistakes Were Made «

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All the trouble really started when they played up here. In 1932, George Preston Marshall, a truly odious fellow, was awarded a National Football League franchise after the Newark Tornadoes folded. He set up shop in Boston in the same stadium that was home to the Braves baseball team, so, naturally, Marshall gave his franchise the same name.

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