One way or another, the NFLPA wants the Tom Brady matter settled before Sept. 4.
The NFLPA’s filing is very long. Here’s a (somewhat) shortened digest to show how the union will go after the league’s ruling.
Here’s another new first for Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
If Tom Brady is suspended for any games for the DeflateGate mess, the NFL Player’s Association is ready to put up a fight.
The integrity of the game. That’s what it’s all about. Even if it involves a whole lot of lying.
The NFLPA has filed a complaint against the Patriots.
The Patriots quarterback’s appeal hearing kicks off Tuesday.
The New England Patriots are reportedly under investigation, again, this offseason.
NFLPA executive director DeMaurice SMith took aim at the credibility of Roger Goodell and the NFL.
The NFLPA formally requested Roger Goodell recuse himself as the arbitrator in Tom Brady’s disciplinary appeal on Tuesday.