Barstool Sports impresario David Portnoy announced this week that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will have a special surprise waiting for him when he makes his long-awaited return to Gillette Stadium next month.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will end a near three-year drought on September 7 when he returns to Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts for the New England Patriots’ season opener.
From the “That’s Not Shocking” Department, NFL head honcho Roger Goodell will be at Sunday’s NFC Championship game between Green Bay and Atlanta.
New England Patriots quarterback and momentary couch potato Tom Brady watched plenty of football on Sunday.
Last night, WWE superstar John Cena hosted the annual ESPY awards put together by ESPN. During his monologue, which received rave reviews, took aim at numerous people including Peyton Manning, Kobe Bryant, and Kevin Durant.
Wednesday has been a newsworthy day due to Tom Brady losing his appeal and now facing insurmountable odds at getting his four-game suspension overturned.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit formally informed Tom Brady and the NFL Players Association on Wednesday that the three-time Super Bowl MVP’s appeal in regards to his four-game suspension has been denied.
A federal appeals court ruled that Tom Brady’s four-game Deflategate suspension be reinstated on Monday.
In New England’s first playoff game since Tom Brady’s league-induced flogging during the offseason during Deflategate, the NFL reportedly laid a big egg prior to Saturday’s playoff tilt between the Chiefs and Patriots.
Following New England’s 20-13 win over the Buffalo Bills, ESPN made a rather suspicious tweet under its SportsCenter Twitter account.