Brock Osweiler apparently doesn’t want to emulate Tom Brady

After four years spent behind Peyton Manning (but seven games in front of him), Brock Osweiler left Denver. Now free from Peyton’s shadow, Osweiler has found himself in Tom Brady’s, sort of. Playing for a head coach who once tutored #Tommy, Osweiler doesn’t really want to hear about the long-time quarterback of the Patriots. “They…
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Browns' Thomas wishes Brady had kept fighting suspension

BEREA, Ohio (AP) Cleveland Browns Pro Bowl tackle Joe Thomas wishes Tom Brady had kept the pressure on in his ''Deflategate'' fight. New England's quarterback recently dropped his appeal and will serve a four-game suspension to begin this season for his alleged involvement in taking air out of footballs before the 2015 AFC Championship. Brady threatened to take his case to the...
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Patriots’ Training Camp Practice Drew A Mind-Bogglingly Large Crowd

Football finally is here, and New England Patriots fans couldn’t be happier. The Patriots held their first day of fully-padded practice Saturday outside Gillette Stadium. The training session was free and open to the public, meaning fans could walk in and watch the likes of Tom Brady and Jimmy Garoppolo battle it out in live competition. Apparently all of New England decided to...
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Dr. Phil calls out the Patriots for their cheating ways

Belichick, Brady and Garoppolo air out their grievances on an episode of Dr. Phil, but the good doctor is not having any of it.
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Belichick gets annoyed by Jimmy Garoppolo question

FOXBORO, Mass. — Jimmy Garoppolo starting over Tom Brady when the four-time Super Bowl champion returns from his Deflategate suspension in Week 5 against the Cleveland Browns is an insane idea. Nevertheless, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick was asked before Friday’s training camp practice at Gillette Stadium if there was a chance Garoppolo could remain as the starter...
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Belichick: Brady is not going to lose his starting job

Bill Belichick typically gives reporters as little information as possible when it comes to discussing strategy, but he is making an exception in the wake of Tom Brady’s four-game suspension to begin the season. At his introductory training camp press conference on Wednesday, Belichick told reporters that backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo is not going to take Brady’s job no...
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Patrick Chung Isn’t Worried About Jimmy Garoppolo Stepping Into Tom Brady’s Shoes

The New England Patriots will be without starting quarterback Tom Brady for the first month of the 2016 season, but in one of the most Patriots comments ever, one of their starting safeties isn’t even slightly worried. Patrick Chung caught up with NESN’s Courtney Cox at the No Backing Down Gala on Friday and gave his thoughts on the man stepping in for Brady, third-year QB Jimmy...
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Tom Brady announces he will accept Deflategate suspension

Tom Brady has decided to accept his four-game suspension and move on. In a Facebook post Friday morning, Brady announced that he will give up his legal battle against the NFL. “I’m very grateful for the overwhelming support I’ve received from Mr. Kraft, the Kraft family, coach Belichick, my coaches and teammates, the NFLPA, my agents, my loving family and most of all, our...
Via Larry Brown Sports
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Trump VP-pick Pence made unoriginal Deflategate joke

Donald Trump on Friday ended all the mystery and speculation by naming Indiana governor Mike Pence as his running mate. Now, we’re not going to dig in and break this down from a political standpoint. But there is a slight sports connection, a New England sports connection to this pretty big news. As Indiana governor, Pence of course supported one of the state’s most prominent...
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Simmons: ESPN had Stephen A. Smith leak info to smear Brady

Stephen A. Smith was one of the first people in line to blast Tom Brady on Wednesday after the New England Patriots quarterback’s latest suspension appeal was denied. Guess which of Smith’s former coworkers has come to Brady’s defense? Bill Simmons, of course. Here’s what Smith had to say about the U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals denying Brady’s request for a rehearing...
Via Larry Brown Sports
16 days ago  |  Discuss

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