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PATRIOTS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Tom Brady May Be Losing Benefit Of The Doubt With Patriots

Ever since New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft announced earlier in the week that he would not seek to appeal the punishment handed down to his organization by the league over the Deflategate scandal, there seems to be a growing sense of a sort of schism between the front office and quarterback Tom Brady—at least […] Tom Brady May Be Losing Benefit Of The Doubt With Patriots...
Via Steelers Depot
1 hour ago  |  Discuss

Weekend web roundup: New England Patriots

Goodell refuses to recuse himself from Brady hearing ► Brady, the star quarterback for the New England Patriots, received the suspension for knowing about a scheme to deflate footballs in the AFC championship ... Goodell lacks real evidence vs. Brady ► NFL commissioner Roger Goodell predetermined guilt in Deflategate; that's clear now. He has smeared Tom Brady and the New...
Via 60 Max Power O
3 hours ago  |  Discuss

New England Patriots: Analyzing Roger Goodell’s Vendetta

Thought “deflategate” was over? Think again. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell throws the latest punch in the 12-round bout that is Tom Brady vs. The NFL. On Friday, May 22, Roger Goodell formally announced that he would not rescue himself from the NFLPA’s appeal of Tom Brady’s four game suspension for his involvement in the allegations carried over from the past year’s AFC...
Via isportsweb.com
14 hours ago  |  Discuss

Report: Goodell will not recuse himself from Brady appeal

Roger Goodell wants to be the judge, jury and executioner in Tom Brady’s suspension appeal. The NFL rejected the NFL Players Association’s request that Goodell recuse himself as arbitrator in Brady’s appeal, CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora reported Friday. NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith said Friday on ESPN that the union would “increase the volume” of their request...
Via NESN.com
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

NFLPA exec: Wells Report delivered what the NFL wanted

Roger Goodell has had time to review the NFL Players Association’s request he recuse himself from being arbitrator in Tom Brady’s appeal. The NFL commissioner hasn’t responded yet, however, according to NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith. Smith said on ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” on Friday the NFLPA will “increase the volume” of their request if the NFL doesn’t...
Via NESN.com
19 hours ago  |  Discuss

Watch: Robert Kraft Signs Autographs While out on Date with his Young Girlfriend

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft was caught out in West Hollywood on a date with his 34-year-old girlfriend, ex-model Ricki Noel Lander, when reporters approached him loaded with questions. Kraft was plenty happy to sign a bunch of autographs. However, he remained tight-lipped when questioned about everything from Deflategate to Aaron Hernandez. He did mumble some response...
Via Sportsnaut
22 hours ago  |  Discuss

Report: Bill Belichick, Robert Kraft never believed Tom Brady with Deflategate

One of the most surprising aspects of the Deflategate saga has been how little pressure New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick has been under. Belichick, who was ultimately responsible for Spygate in 2007, was completely exonerated in the Ted Wells report. By all indications, Belichick didn’t know that something illegal was (allegedly) going on...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Patriots: Why the Wells Report In Context Was Written for Tom Brady

New England Patriots fans are still steamed that Robert Kraft accepted the penalties levied against his team. 
Via CLNS Radio
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Aaron Hernandez adjusting well to prison life

Former NFL tight end turned full-on thug gang member Aaron Hernandez is making the most of the life sentence handed down to him just over a month ago. He’s doing all the right things (or wrong things in the eyes of the authorities) to establish himself as the gangster he is to his fellow inmates. First, we have Aaron’s first prison fight, or beat down to describe it more accurately...
Via Low Brow Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Guy behind NFL's social media trolling of Pats is a Jets fan?

There are conspiracy theories and then there are conspiracy theories. One floated by CBS Boston writer Michael Hurley — while done in a relatively tongue-in-cheek manner (and well-researched) — posits that the individual behind the supposed trolling of the New England Patriots by NFL social media accounts of late just might be a New York...Read More The post Boston writer: Guy...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
1 day ago  |  Discuss

New England Patriots sign MLB Brandon Spikes

I guess it’s back to slavery for Brandon Spikes. Spikes famously referred to his time in New England, to start his career from 2010-2013, as “4 years a slave” on Twitter after signing with division rival Buffalo last off-season, showing something in between a lame joke and a lack of self-awareness in the process. Spikes has reportedly rubbed coaches the wrong way throughout...
Via The Football Fan Spot
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Aaron Hernandez’s “Lifetime Loyalty” Neck Tattoo Is New-Level Twisted

Aaron Hernandez was back in court Thursday a month after his conviction in the murder of Odin Lloyd, and he was sporting a new neck tattoo
Via Gamedayr
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Aaron Hernandez got a new neck tattoo in prison

Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has added at least one tattoo to his collection while behind bars. Hernandez was in court on Thursday to be indicted on a witness intimidation charge stemming from an incident where he allegedly shot former friend Alexander Bradley in the face. Those who were watching the live...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Belichick suspected Tom Brady wasn't being honest with him

A Boston Herald sportswriter recently stated he heard the only reason Robert Kraft accepted the punishment levied against the New England Patriots by the NFL in the wake of the Deflategate scandal stems from the notion that Bill Belichick suspected Tom Brady wasn’t being totally honest with him. During an episode of “Sports Tonight,” CBS...Read More The post Report: Bill Belichick...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Patriots plan to put heavy pressure on opposing QBs

The New England Patriots signed defensive end Jabaal Sheard in 2015 free agency and then the team went into the draft with front seven intentions drafting Malcolm Brown, Geneo Grissom and Trey Flowers to help bolster the club's pass rush. The departure of the team's top three cornerbacks (Darrelle Revis, Brandon Browner, and Kyle Arrington) have many thinking Bill Belichick will...
Via 60 Max Power O
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Tom Bradby: I’m no cheater, leave me alone

An unwitting bystander has been cast into the Deflategate fire by many non-spell-checking fans angry at New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. The man, British journalist Tom Bradby, who is a political editor for ITV in the United Kingdom, found himself showing up in a lot of hashtags of late. Here’s a sampling of those bloody Americans’ awful tweets (Twitter handles are...
Via Low Brow Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Darrelle Revis: Patriots have a history of cheating

Darrelle Revis did not say anything too inflammatory when asked about the penalties given to his former team/teammates for Deflategate, but he did say that the penalties were deserved based on the New England Patriots’ history of cheating. “New England’s been doing stuff in the past and getting in trouble,” Revis told the New York...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

The Rock: Deflategate shouldn't matter

  Everyone from Milan Lucic to Barack Obama has offered their opinion on Deflategate. So it was only a matter of time before The Rock weighed in.   Dwayne Johnson doesn’t have any connections to the NFL, but he did play defensive line at the University of Miami before going on to WWE superstardom. So when the football player-turned-wrestler-turned-actor sat down for...
Via NESN.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Patriots’ Acceptance Of Punishment Still Betrays Sense Of Entitlement

Following reports of “back-channel” discussions between the league office and the New England Patriots, including a documented face-to-face meeting between Commissioner Roger Goodell and team owner Robert Kraft, the organization announced yesterday at the league’s Spring meetings that it would not appeal the NFL’s decision relating to the Deflategate scandal. Earlier in the...
Via Steelers Depot
3 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL passes rule turning XP into a 33 yard attempt

The NFL has followed up their Deflate Gate punishment of the New England Patriots by trying to put some pizzazz into extra point attempts. The NFL announced the extra point will now be kicked from the 15-yard line with two-point conversions remaining at the 2-yard line. The new rule also gives the defense the ability to score two points on returns. According to the rule change,...
Via This Given Sunday
3 days ago  |  Discuss
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