It’s not about greed, he maintains. Beckham believes that players should be compensated more due to the violent nature of professional football.
Tom Brady wants to call Commissioner Roger Goodell as a witness in the appeal of the four-game suspension he was handed for “Deflategate.”
The appeal filed this week says “no reasonable jury” could have found the former Patriots star guilty of killing Odin Lloyd in June 2013 and cites insufficient evidence for a conviction.
The sides have bitterly argued in the court of public opinion. Now the NFL commissioner plans to try to personally settle whether Brady deserves a four-game suspension for using deflated footballs.
It’s a touch premature to tab the Giants as Super Bowl contenders. But thanks to EA Sports, they now have the face to represent such lofty goals.
With the Patriots now claiming the concept of “deflating” actually refers to losing weight, Craig is reminded of the promotional picture he recently took for his new pilot.
Despite being in New England Patriots country, Craig has some harsh words for Pats fans, saying that Tom Brady and his team will not see their punishments reduced.
Brady’s appeal only deals with the suspension and must be heard within 10 days. The team has not said if it will appeal its penalties before a Thursday deadline.
The New England Patriots claim a team employee called himself the “deflator” because he was trying to lose weight, not because he was part of some plot to take the air out of footballs.
Odell Beckham Jr.’s breakout tour continues. Giants fans just hope his latest honor doesn’t come with a curse.
According to NJ.com, federal records show the Jets were paid $377,000 by the U.S. Department of Defense and New Jersey Army National Guard from 2011-14 to salute local servicemen and women during games at MetLife Stadium.
Why didn’t the NFL follow its own precedent and decide to sit down the head coach for four games?
As far as former NFL quarterback A.J. Feeley is concerned, Tom Brady started running afoul of league rules long ago.
Remove emotion for a moment. Forget that the Patriots have always been your favorite team or always beat your favorite team.
It’s not only Pats fans who are making noise. Twelve billboards mocking Tom Brady went up in New Jersey on Tuesday morning.
Photos of Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers at the Super Bowl XLVIII halftime show.