The Tom Brady courtroom sketch is back in the news and for a somewhat bizarre reason. According to Jane Rosenberg, who was the sketch artist during last Wednesday’s hearing, she has received numerous offers for Brady’s drawing.
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski’s free time has greatly decreased since the beginning of training camp. Yet, he is still managing to get his name out there in other projects.
While Roger Goodell has been attempting to pistol-whip Tom Brady in court and the eye of public opinion all off-season, certain aspects of The Shield™ are attempting to honor the defending Super Bowl champions.
Tom Brady & Roger Goodell performed the opening act of their legal dance of football death on Wednesday in New York City. The pair and their legal teams got together with Judge Richard Berman in attempt to bring some clarity to the ridiculous Deflategate case and perhaps, reach […]
The Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2015 received their gold jacket on Thursday night at a special ceremony in Canton, Ohio. While the group should have been the show, the leader of The Shield™ indirectly made the proceedings about himself.
The NFLPA released Tom Brady’s testimony from the June appeal of his four-game suspension in the Deflategate case on Tuesday. Also, Brady’s legal team submitted personal e-mails from the three-time Super Bowl MVP that ranged from the most boring things you’ve ever read to comical.
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.
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.