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  1. Surprise Start

    GameNight: Kevin Faulk rushed for 51 yards and caught four passes for 45 in starting over Corey Dillon.

    Audio Podcast | January 09, 2006
  2. 'Not So Fast'

    NFL: Patriots RB Corey Dillon says you can't forget about New England in the playoff race.

    Audio Podcast | December 11, 2005
  3. Squeaking Out A Win

    NFL: Bengals RB Rudi Johnson talks after Cincy edges the Browns with a field goal as time expires.

    Audio Podcast | December 11, 2005
  4. One Bad Mudder

    GameNight: Pats DE Willie McGinest said Corey Dillon had something to prove in the mud.

    Audio Podcast | November 29, 2004
  5. 'Just Repeat That Again ...'

    GameNight: Pats RB Corey Dillon on beating the Rams, his health and shedding a malcontent label.

    Audio Podcast | November 08, 2004
  6. Second Team Refesher

    GameNight: Patriots RB Corey Dillon says he loves being a part of his new team.

    Audio Podcast | September 29, 2004
  7. Professor's Final Exam

    Mike and Mike: John Clayton says the Raiders and Bucs are the teams most affected by the Clarett legal ruling. And he has more on Ty Law, Corey Dillon and draft rumors.

    Audio Podcast | April 20, 2004
  8. Dillon Deal

    AllNight: Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe expects the Patriots will become more ground-oriented with Corey Dillon.

    Audio Podcast | April 20, 2004
  9. 'Just Shut Up'

    Mike and Mike: Warren Sapp earns this week's dubious honor over Corey Dillon, Kobe/Shaq and Brian Billick.

    Audio Podcast | October 28, 2003
  10. Magical McKeon

    Mike and Mike: Dickie V gives a hearty stock up to Jack McKeon's Marlins, Marc Bulger and the Giants. Stock down: Steelers, 49ers and Corey Dillon.

    Audio Podcast | October 27, 2003
  11. Who Won, Hon?

    AllNight: Desiree Dillon, wife of Patriots RB Corey, says "this is a football household. Even tonight being Monday Night, Corey usually falls asleep and I stay up to watch the game. I end up telling him the score when it's over. "

    Audio Podcast | October 26, 2004