New England Patriots
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.
Again, the league has tried to absolve itself from blame or wrongdoing by levying draconian punishment against those whose bad behaviors it had enabled.
On Tuesday, Patriots fans gathered at NFL headquarters in Manhattan to protest the league’s punishment of quarterback Tom Brady and the organization.
Words simply don’t do this justice. Just listen to the audio gold and enjoy.
Former NFL quarterback and New Jersey native Chris Simms used to have all the respect in the world for Tom Brady. Not anymore.
Manning, who defeated Brady twice in the Super Bowl, was not happy to see his counterpart get suspended. On the contrary, he found it upsetting.
For the first time in a long time, Tom Brady is looking terribly average and horribly awkward. Many boys looking for a hero, and many men who thought they found one, will find that rather deflating.
Tom Brady and the Patriots are preparing for a fight. The reigning Super Bowl MVP will appeal his four-game suspension, his agent said, in the wake of the “Deflategate” report.
The NFL came down hard on its biggest star and its championship team, telling Tom Brady and the Patriots that no one is allowed to mess with the rules of the game.
New Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall is admittedly a big Tom Brady fan, but he still believes that the Patriots’ quarterback should be suspended for his role in “Deflategate.”
The Pats have held the NFL by the privates for so long, and a robust dose of humility, if not humiliation, is in order.
Goodell needs to take action and suspend Brady and Belichick for four games each. As was the case with Payton, ignorance is no excuse, and Belichick needs to pay for what has been done.
The superstar quarterback spoke at a Q&A session Thursday moderated by sportscaster Jim Gray during a previously scheduled, sold-out event at Salem State University.