NO MORE said on its YouTube page that the spot will be the first ever to address domestic violence and sexual assault during the big game.
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.
Former NFL running back and Super Bowl champion Spencer Tillman joined the guys live from Radio Row in Phoenix, Arizona.
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…
Searching for Super Bowl highlights next week after the big game? They’ll be available, legally, straight from the source.
Relishing no longer being in the “villain” role, Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is painting his team’s Super Bowl opponent as occupying that position.
We’ll get some football, too, as there’s a nice little confrontation brewing between New England quarterback Tom Brady and Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman.
Team Irvin defeated 32-28 Team Carter, but the score is never important in the NFL’s all-star game.
Tony Romo will start at quarterback for Team Irvin, Andrew Luck for Team Carter in the second year of a format concocted to bring some life to an event that had become a show of halfhearted effort, little defense and practically no blocking.
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick is defending the way his team preps its game balls and said his team earned its spot in the Super Bowl fairly.
The NFL says it is still investigating how the Patriots used underinflated balls in its last game but has no conclusions yet and no timetable for resolving the cheating accusations with the Super Bowl nine days away.
In what has become an annual tradition, the fine folks at “Bad Lip Reading” have delivered with their latest take on the NFL. It’s the third time they’ve graced us with their brilliance.
Todd Bowles says you can’t fool New York Jets fans into thinking their team is good when, put simply, they’re not.
Inspired by the latest alleged shenanigans of the New England Patriots, I got artsy and satirized one of our great American classic rock songs, “The Weight.” Sing along, friends.