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Here's an example of what I am talking about:

With Brandon Bolden's four-game suspension over, head coach Bill Belichick was non-committal when asked if the running back would play this week.

â€I don’t know. We’ll see how it goes this week,†Belichick said. â€He just came back this week. We’ll see how it goes. I don’t know.†Typical Belichick fashion. The Patriots have a one-week roster execpmtion, and with Shane Vereen and Danny Woodhead clicking behind Stevan Ridley, we wouldn't expect to see Bolden on Monday night against the Texans.

What is that stuff at the beginning? It seems like it is supposed to be quotes, but it doesn't look like them. Not a big deal, just curious if anyone else sees this or if it supposed to happen.

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Here's an example of what I am talking about:

With Brandon Bolden's four-game suspension over, head coach Bill Belichick was non-committal when asked if the running back would play this week.

â€I don’t know. We’ll see how it goes this week,†Belichick said. â€He just came back this week. We’ll see how it goes. I don’t know.†Typical Belichick fashion. The Patriots have a one-week roster execpmtion, and with Shane Vereen and Danny Woodhead clicking behind Stevan Ridley, we wouldn't expect to see Bolden on Monday night against the Texans.

What is that stuff at the beginning? It seems like it is supposed to be quotes, but it doesn't look like them. Not a big deal, just curious if anyone else sees this or if it supposed to happen.

This is a fairly common occurrence - it's just apostrophes/quote marks that didn't get translated properly. A random sequence of characters is produced when there's a mismatch between the original encoding (the way it's typed) and the encoding the website "tells" the browser to use. Whoever wrote the piece was probably using an unusual font or word processor.

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Here's an example of what I am talking about:

With Brandon Bolden's four-game suspension over, head coach Bill Belichick was non-committal when asked if the running back would play this week.

â€I don’t know. We’ll see how it goes this week,†Belichick said. â€He just came back this week. We’ll see how it goes. I don’t know.†Typical Belichick fashion. The Patriots have a one-week roster execpmtion, and with Shane Vereen and Danny Woodhead clicking behind Stevan Ridley, we wouldn't expect to see Bolden on Monday night against the Texans.

What is that stuff at the beginning? It seems like it is supposed to be quotes, but it doesn't look like them. Not a big deal, just curious if anyone else sees this or if it supposed to happen.

This is a fairly common occurrence - it's just apostrophes/quote marks that didn't get translated properly. A random sequence of characters is produced when there's a mismatch between the original encoding (the way it's typed) and the encoding the website "tells" the browser to use. Whoever wrote the piece was probably using an unusual font or word processor.

Thanks. It just looked odd and I didn't know if it happened to other people too.

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Thanks. It just looked odd and I didn't know if it happened to other people too.

You're going crazy. :P

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