Patriots ownership holds no ill will toward Chris Mortensen, but the team has never apologized to the ESPN reporter, according to Jonathan Kraft.
“I’m wrong a lot, a lot of people are wrong a lot, and they just can say it. And some people can’t.”
Mortensen figured out how to hit the “Delete” button, as he finally deleted the tweet with false information on it.
Chris Mortensen tried to explain himself for his reporting of false information. And just like with his initial reporting, he did not do a very good job.
“It’s a tough spot guys are in when you report things, but damn it, you better get it right. Because if you don’t, it really hits your credibility.”
The NFL has reportedly found that 11 of the 12 game balls used by the Patriots during Sunday’s AFC Championship were under-inflated.
Report: Tension Building Between Brady, Coaching Staff; Garoppolo Could Replace Brady ‘Sooner Than Later’
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported that there is growing tension between Tom Brady and the coaching staff.
New England Patriots linebacker Brandon Spikes’ placement on Injured Reserve this past Monday was not because of an injury, but because he missed a team practice the previous Friday during a snow storm, ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported.
According to ESPN, Patriots offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien has agreed to become the next coach at Penn State.