Tom Brady asked a federal judge in Minnesota to overturn his four-game suspension for the scandal known as “Deflategate.”
Police have been asked to keep an eye on NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s $6.5 million house on the Maine coast, according to a published report.
After Patriots owner Robert Kraft stepped to the podium on Wednesday and fired shots at the NFL, Bill Belichick was all about football.
This is by far the most fascinating development yet in the sad six-month saga that’s come to be known as “DeflateGate.”
When Patriots head coach Bill Belichick took the podium on Wednesday morning for the start of camp, Tom Brady was obviously the topic du jour.
As soon as you heard that Tom Brady “destroyed” his cell phone prior to his meeting with Ted Wells’ investigative team, you just knew that a flood of hot takes was coming.
With everyone still digesting Roger Goodell’s 20-page ruling to uphold Tom Brady’s four-game suspension, CBS Boston’s Michael Hurley joined Toucher & Rich in studio on Wednesday.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady released his first statement since NFL commissioner Roger Goodell upheld Brady’s 4-game suspension in the DeflateGate investigation.
NFL suspension policies reek of moral obtuseness and intellectual dishonesty.
This isn’t over. Not by a long shot.