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Harry Reid to NFL: ‘The Redskins name is a racist name’

The Senate's top Democrat renewed his crusade against the Washington Redskins, using time on the Senate floor Tuesday morning to decry the team's name as "racist" and to mock National Football League officials for sanctioning the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots over the use of deflated footballs without addressing the Redskins name. "The Redskins […]

NFL Wild Card Playoff Game Will Return to ESPN – and Be Simulcast for the First Time on ABC

ESPN will again televise a National Football League Wild Card playoff game during the 2015 season. The game, as well as ESPN’s Monday Night Countdown pre-game show, will also be simulcast on ABC for the first time. The NFL Wild Card Weekend is January 9-10, 2016.

NFL Stars with the Most to Prove in 2015

With free agency and the 2015 NFL draft both in the rearview mirror, the focus has shifted across the National Football League. Up to now, it was all about assembling this year's teams. Now, things shift to preparing for the upcoming...Show More Summary

Tom Brady suspended twice as long over deflated balls as Ray Rice was for domestic violence

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The National Football League came down hard on the New England Patriots on Monday for their role in Deflategate, suspending star quarterback Tom Brady for the first four games of next season and fining the franchise $1 million. The NFL also said the Patriots will forfeit their first-round selection...

Uncle Sam Paying Millions to NFL to Promote Warfare State

14 NFL teams were reportedly paid by the military to cover the nationalistic propaganda filling downtime during games. For those unaware, the National Football League operates as a type of legal monopoly thanks to a political situation so cozy it makes the cable companies and Big Pharma look like rogue enemies of the state. Show More Summary

NFL suspends Brady four games, hits Patriots hard for 'Deflategate'

The National Football League came down hard on the New England Patriots on Monday for their role in Deflategate, suspending star quarterback Tom Brady for the first four games of next season and fining the franchise $1 million. The NFL...Show More Summary

'Tom Terrific' Brady Squeaky Clean No More

Overlooked as a college quarterback and a lowly sixth-round draft pick by the National Football League's New England Patriots in 2000, Tom Brady rose to become one of the game's greatest winners.

Reactions Vary Wildly to League's 'Deflategate' Sanctions

Reaction to the sanctions handed out on Monday by the National Football League to the New England Patriots and their star quarterback Tom Brady varied sharply from "absolutely ridiculous" to "a good thing."

New England Patriots Say 'Deflategate' Sanctions Are Excessive

New England Patriots Chairman and Chief Executive Robert Kraft said on Monday the National Football League's punishment of the team and quarterback Tom Brady in the "Deflategate" controversy "far exceeded any reasonable expectation....

Agent for Brady Says Patriots Quarterback Will Appeal Suspension

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, suspended on Monday for four games by the National Football League for his role in "Deflategate," will appeal the penalty, his agent said.

NFL fines Patriots $1 million, suspends Brady in 'Deflategate'

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The National Football League on Monday fined the New England Patriots $1 million for its role in "Deflategate" and will suspend star quarterback Tom Brady for the first four games of next season. The NFL also said...Show More Summary

The NFL - No Longer Tax Exempt

You may be asking, "The National Football League was considered a Tax Exempt organization?" Well yes it was, up until now. The NFL has voluntarily given up their 501 (C) (6) tax exempt status. 501 (C) (6) entities are different then the 501 (C) (3) charities you find rated on Charity Navigator's website. Show More Summary

No Sophomore Slump For NFL Agent Joseph Clayborne

Joseph Clayborne is an National Football League Players Association certified Contract Advisor.  Such a designation provides Clayborne the privilege to represent NFL players and assist them in negotiating NFL team contracts.  It is a designation many people pay a lot of money to acquire (the non-refundable application fee alone is $2,500 in 2015), but [...]

Ex-NFL Player Stevens, Solo's Husband, Sentenced to Jail for Drunken Driving

Former National Football League player Jerramy Stevens, the husband of U.S. women's soccer goalkeeper Hope Solo, was sentenced to 30 days in jail on Friday on drunken driving charges stemming from a January arrest in a Los Angeles suburb.

Ex-NFL Player Jerramy Stevens Sentenced To Jail For Drunk Driving

LOS ANGELES, May 8 (Reuters) - Former National Football League player Jerramy Stevens, the husband of U.S. women's soccer goalkeeper Hope Solo, was sentenced to 30 days in jail on Friday on drunken driving charges stemming from a January...Show More Summary

Deflategate: Potential Tom Brady Punishment And The NFL's No-Win Situation

How Ted Well's findings relating to Deflategate will cause some major issues for both New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and the National Football League as a whole.

Is Tom Brady's Brand Too Big to Fail After Deflategate?

As retired baseball player Mark McGwire and cyclist Lance Armstong have learned, being branded a cheater can ruin a sports star's marketability. On Wednesday, Brady was singled out by the National Football League's "Deflategate" investigation,...Show More Summary

N.F.L. Sentences Brady to a Year with the Jets

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (The Borowitz Report) – In what football insiders are calling an unexpectedly severe punishment, the National Football League has sentenced the New England Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady to a year with the New York Jets for his role in the so-called Deflategate scandal. Show More Summary

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[Content Note: Misogynistic violence.]After a three-month investigation, the National Football League has concluded that "it is more probable than not" that members of the Patriots franchise "deliberately deflated the team’s footballs...Show More Summary

NFL Says Patriots Probably Deflated the Balls in AFC Title Game

The National Football League said on Wednesday that the New England Patriots probably deflated the footballs to gain an advantage in the AFC title game in January.

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