New England Patriots
The New England Patriots quarterback sounded under the weather during his session with the media on Wednesday. He rubbed the back of his right hand under his nose at one point.
To a man, woman and child, you will miss them. We need New England, or someone like them, even if we don’t like them.
Knicks president and general manager Phil Jackson told the Chicago Tribune in 1986 that the championship squads of 1970 and 1973 deflated basketballs to gain an advantage.
This is an extreme response to “Deflate-gate,” but no one can say it doesn’t have support.
At Tuesday’s media day, any animosity was buried. Each expressed respect for the other, although Revis referred to the fact that in Seattle’s defense, Sherman plays only half the field.
I see enough evidence to merit charges. Odds on a conviction are high, I believe. I don’t care who pulled the trigger — or the pin, in this case.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft’s pre-emptive strike the previous night took the issue of air pressure in footballs on Super Bowl media day and, well, deflated it.
Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch knew he had to talk. It didn’t mean he had to say anything.
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The New England Patriots are receiving support at a time of controversy from an unlikely location: New York’s City Hall.
The NFL’s worst nightmare is a New England victory this Sunday. It will cast a pall over the playoffs, and stain the sacred Lombardi Trophy.
Asked about Brandon Browner’s comments, Seattle receiver Doug Baldwin didn’t seem to take offense: “I would expect nothing less. This is the Super Bowl. What do you expect?”
In an unscheduled statement on Monday, Kraft strongly defended his team’s actions and integrity, growing more fiery with each sentence.
Outrageous scenes have become the norm at the Media Day extravaganza. The event is a circus. At least both Super Bowl teams are quite familiar with the silliness on tap Tuesday.
With Robert Kraft declaring the Patriots innocent in the Deflate-gate controversy, and thus asking the NFL for an apology, Craig had one request of the NFL…