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There is no love lost between the New England Patriots and the New York Jets on and off the field. Certainly, that feud extends to fans and reached new heights (literally) during New England’s opening day of training camp in Foxborough.
After NFL commissioner Roger Goodell upheld Tom Brady’s four-game suspension yesterday, the reaction ranged from outrage from the Brady to satisfaction from the league community.
Our long national nightmare is over (actually, it’s just getting started). NFL commissioner Roger Goodell upheld Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for the quarterback’s role in Deflategate and filed a 20-page report to help support his case.
Late last week word of LeSean McCoy’s bizarro females-only extravaganza made the rounds on the Internet. It appeared McCoy would be the clown prince of the Internet through the weekend. Then, Hulk Hogan happened on Friday.
While the Indianapolis Colts and Baltimore Ravens owners reportedly lobby to make sure Tom Brady doesn’t see the light of day in the regular season until Week 6, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick was out doing things.
Sports Illustrated is in the midst of releasing a collection of lists saluting the worst things in the NFL.
World Wrestling Entertainment wisely cut ties with Hulk Hogan after the legendary sports entertainment icon allegedly made racist remarks about African-Americans during audio from a 2006 sex tape that was publicly leaked on Friday. While Hogan will be forever linked to professional wrestling and Hulkamania forever, the only […]
Here is evidence that the NFL off-season is a bit too long. Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy is going to have a “private event celebration” on Sunday in Philadelphia per his Instagram account. Obviously, that’s not a big deal, right?
In the shadows of news coming out about a settlement being reached between the league and Tom Brady over his role in Deflategate arrives somewhat surprising news. The NFLPA announced on Thursday that embattled, hated, envied, vilified New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady moved more merchandise than any […]