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- Roger Goodell Reinstates Rich McKay On Competition Committee, Continues To Make No Sense The Falcons' cheating vs. DeflateGate does not line up apples to apples, but it's close enough to raise eyebrows.
- Predicting Patriots 53-Man Roster WBZ-TV's Dan Roche makes his prediction for the Patriots 53-man roster.
- Steelers Wide Receiver Martavis Bryant Facing 4-Game Suspension The Steelers could be without another offensive weapon when they square off against the Patriots on opening night.
- Fantasy Football: A Few Sleepers & Advice On Drafting A Quarterback CBS Fantasty Football expert Dave Richard joined Toucher & Rich on Thursday for his weekly call into the show, and offered up some advice for owners who are studying hard hoping to have a successful season.
- Jimmy Garoppolo Adjusting To Increased Spotlight During Patriots Preseason "At Eastern Illinois we had the same amount of media. ... No, I'm just kidding."
- Watch A Patriots Fan Describe His Surreal Encounter With Roger Goodell In A Maine Supermarket Watch this Patriots fan describe the story of how he confronted Roger Goodell in a Maine supermarket. It's a must-see for Patriots Nation.
- Patriots 'America's Game' NFL Films Trailer Is A Perfect Way To Re-Live 2014 Glory Want to re-live the glorious 2014 Patriots season in just two minutes? This NFL FIlms trailer for 'America's Game' does just that.
- Judge Doty On Roger Goodell: 'I'm Not Sure The Commissioner Understands There Is A CBA' After Wednesday, the players' union may still feel the pain of not having Judge David Doty hear the case in Minnesota.
- Seahawks' Michael Bennett Hates Quarterbacks, But Respects Tom Brady Michael Bennett ripped NFL quarterbacks in an interview, calling them overpaid & over-protected. But here's why he still respects Tom Brady.
- Lots Of Studying Ahead, But Wayne Excited For Opportunity In New England It's been a long time since Reggie Wayne has had to learn a whole new playbook, so when he officially joined the New England Patriots on Tuesday, he knew there'd be a lot of studying over the next couple of weeks.