Donald Trump again stumped for Tom Brady during an interview on Tuesday night with CNN, ripping the NFL for its controversial decision to uphold its four-game suspension of the New England Patriots quarterback. “I’m for Tom Brady,” Trump told Don Lemon during a telephone interview, via The Los Angeles Times. “I know him really well....Read More The post Donald Trump throws...
As the Internet blew up on Wednesday with the news that the NFL will uphold Tom Brady’s four-game suspension in the wake of the Deflategate scandal, St. Louis Rams defensive end Chris Long decided to have a little fun with the aspect of the story about the New England Patriots quarterback’s purported penchant for destroying...Read More The post Chris Long trolls Tom Brady on...
If only for just a few minutes, let’s assume Tom Brady panicked and destroyed his cell phone. Perhaps he had things on his phone that he was worried would be leaked to the public, but what if they had nothing to do with the inflation level of footballs? Brady is a celebrity. His wife is...Read More
Tom Brady released a statement on Wednesday morning addressing the NFL’s decision to uphold his four-game suspension. Sticking with the theme of the past six months, the New England Patriots quarterback claimed he is completely innocent. “I am very disappointed by the NFL’s decision to uphold the 4 game suspension against me,” Brady began. “I...Read More
While he may have been hesitant to admit it six months ago, there is little doubt now that Tom Brady likes his game balls to be inflated to the lower end of the *legal* limit. In fact, the four-time Super Bowl winner reportedly likes his equipment managers to inform game officials of that before each...Read More
The war of words have officially started regarding the NFL’s decision to uphold the four-game suspension it handed down to New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. This time it’s not the league office or the NFL Players Association sending out a strong public message relating to Tuesday’s decision. Instead, the Patriots themselves released a strongly-worded attack against...
Tom Brady, the NFL and the NFL Players Association aren’t done yet — not by a long shot. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell upheld the New England Patriots quarterback’s four-game suspension Tuesday. Shortly after the announcement, ESPN’s Jim Trotter cited a source in reporting Brady has authorized the NFLPA to appeal his case in federal court. This really shouldn’t come...
In what amounts to a deliberate attempt to beat the National Football League Players Association to the punch, the NFL has reportedly filed a complaint with a federal court in Manhattan to confirm the four-game suspension the league levied against New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. BREAKING: @NFL asks federal court to confirm Tom Brady suspension. Complaint filed in Manhattan...
The NFL on Tuesday announced that Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for his alleged role in Deflategate has been upheld, and the main reason for that was Brady’s decision to destroy his cell phone before Ted Wells and his investigators could gather information from it. In its 20-page ruling, the NFL wrote that Brady explained it...Read More
The New England Patriots are set to host the Pittsburgh Steelers in the NFL’s season opener on September 10. Whether that game will include Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has yet to be determined. While we wait to hear the fate of the quarterback’s appeal stemming from a four-game suspension levied against him by the NFL, there are two groups of people. One wants Brady’s suspension...
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