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N.F.L. Roundup: N.F.L. and, in Surprise, Union Ask Judge for Preseason Decision on Brady

The union had been expected to ask Judge Richard Berman of United States District Court in Manhattan to delay any suspension until he could rule on its merits.

Giants Sign James Jones to Shore Up Receivers

Jones, who had a career-high 73 receptions last season for Oakland, was considering multiple free-agent offers in the N.F.L.

Concern Mixes With Trust Issues for Sheldon Richardson

For the third consecutive day, the Jets were forced to discuss the questionable decision-making of one of their best players, defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson.

Jets, Bowles Surprised, Disappointed Richardson Hid Arrest

Todd Bowles and the New York Jets had no idea about Sheldon Richardson's latest troubles until media reports started popping up early Thursday night. That's around the same time Richardson's parents found out, too.

NFL Union Urges Quick Brady Ruling, Seeks to Void Suspension

The National Football League and its players union asked a federal judge to decide by Sept. 4 whether to uphold star New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension, which could resolve the "Deflategate" scandal before the regular season starts.

Judge Orders Goodell, Brady Appear in Court Aug. 12, 19

The federal judge handling Tom Brady's attempt to overturn his four-game suspension ordered the New England quarterback and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to appear in court twice in mid-August.

Patriots Circle Wagons in Camp and Focus on Football

The New England Patriots say they have more to worry about during training camp than the status of their star quarterback's lawsuit against the NFL and the team's image around the league.

Seahawks, Wilson Agree to Four-Year Contract Extension

Quarterback Russell Wilson has agreed to a lucrative four-year contract extension with the Seattle Seahawks, the National Football League team said on Friday.

U.S. Court Puts National Collegiate Athletic Association Injunction on Hold

A U.S. appeals court put on hold a ruling that ordered the National Collegiate Athletic Association to allow universities to offer student athletes a limited share of revenue.

Jets’ Sheldon Richardson, Already Suspended, Is Accused of Resisting Arrest After a Traffic Stop

Richardson is also facing several traffic violations in Missouri, including driving his car at 143 miles per hour.

N.F.L. Roundup: Hamstring Sidelines Cowboys’ Darren McFadden

Dallas hopes McFadden can help replace the N.F.L. rushing champion DeMarco Murray, who signed with Philadelphia in free agency.

Jets' Richardson Facing Charges for Resisting Arrest

Sheldon Richardson has already been suspended four games by the NFL for drug use. The New York Jets defensive lineman is now facing trouble with the law.

Giants Say They Have Not Seen Jason Pierre-Paul Since Accident

Paul, who lost his right index finger in a fireworks accident, did not report for the first day of training camp Thursday, and the team has no information on his condition.

John Mara Says Giants Have Not Been Allowed to Examine JPP

The New York Giants have no firsthand knowledge about the extent of the hand injuries Pro Bowl defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul sustained in a July 4 fireworks accident in Florida.

Judge Orders Deflategate Talks, Urges All Sides to Cool It

The New York federal judge who will review New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's appeal of his four-game suspension over the "Deflategate" scandal on Thursday ordered the National Football League and its players union to begin settlement talks.

His N.F.L. Dream Dead, a Sun Devil Tries Rugby Down Under

When the Brumbies, an Australian Super Rugby franchise, came knocking, former Arizona State star tight end Chris Coyle decided to try a career switch.

Patriots Open Camp, Try to Ignore 'Deflategate' Noise

Tom Brady received a big cheer from Patriots fans when he came out on the practice field Thursday for New England's first practice of training camp.

NY Federal Judge to Hear U.S. Football Star Brady's Appeal

A New York federal judge will hear American football star Tom Brady's appeal of his NFL four-game suspension over the "Deflategate" scandal, after a judge on Thursday transferred the case from Minnesota.

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