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READY FOR SOME WITCHKRAFT? PATS OWNER PROFIELD IN BOSTON
Published October 31, 1997
Patriots Owner ROBERT KRAFT is profiled in BOSTON magazine by Steve Buckley. Buckley: "Feeling burned by the media, believing that his words have been distorted and that his aborted attempt to build a 69,000-seat stadium in South Boston was misreported, Kraft has become a somewhat suspicious owner. When Kraft speaks these days, his words sometimes sound as though they'd been first written down and rehearsed in front of a mirror." Kraft: "I was naive. I'm a lot more careful about what I say now." Buckley concludes: "The worst thing we can say about Bob Kraft is that he wants to be loved, that he wants us to keep thanking him for saving the Patriots. And what's wrong with that?" (BOSTON, 11/97).