Following through on what they promised after Roger Goodell upheld Tom Brady’s four game suspension for his part in the deflation of footballs prior to the AFC Championship game against the Colts, Brady and the NFL Players Association filed suit against the NFL in federal court, seeking to vacate the suspension. Read more...
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is a ruddy incompetent who draws out decisions on punishing league employees in order to soak up the most positive attention he can. Until now, fans have only been to take part in this experience as third parties. Show More Summary
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Sick digs, commish.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's home has been monitored by the police ever since he denied Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's appeal of a four-game suspension.
They both destroyed things.
Mike Florio answers calls and tweets from the PFT Planet about the fractured relationship between Robert Kraft and Roger Goodell and if Tom Brady has been let down by his agent and advisers.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced that he is upholding the four game suspension the league gave Tom Brady for his role in Deflategate earlier this year, all because the four-time Super Bowl champion refused to hand over his cellphone. The New England Patriot quarterback told fans this morning that he’s disappointed with the league’s decision, […]
Earlier this week, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell upheld his original ruling that Patriots star Tom Brady will serve a four game suspension next season over the well-known “DeflateGate” controversy. Goodell cited Brady replacing his smartphone amid the investigation in his decision to uphold the suspension. Responding to the NFL’s ruling in a Facebook post today, […]
When news broke that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was upholding Tom Brady’s four-game suspension on Tuesday, everyone in our industry understandably had something to say, with thousands of collective hours spent writing and talking about Brady, Goodell, the federal court system and, yes, balls. Show More Summary
After Roger Goodell and the NFL upheld Tom Brady's four-game suspension for his role in the Deflategate scandal and lack of cooperation during the investigation, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft came down hard on the league, calling...Show More Summary
No matter how heated an NFL debate can get, it's just football. Yes, even if it's concerning the madness of deflate-gate. Almost everyone understands this, but the NFL took precautions for any few crazies who might not. According toShow More Summary
Tuesday’s announcement that Roger Goodell will uphold Tom Brady’s four-game suspension didn’t amount to a conclusion in the case. But it made one conclusion very clear: Everyone loses with this story. Yes, you can have your jokes about lawyers, iPhones (poor Samsung) and “Free Brady” t-shirt makers getting theirs. Show More Summary
The morning after NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell upheld the four-game suspension of Tom Brady for his role in DeflateGate, the New England Patriots quarterback asserted that “I did nothing wrong” in a Facebook post. [Brady circus leaves everyone deflated] Brady promised a fight in the post and explained why. He elaborated on why he authorized […]
Tom Brady deserves this. He can't get away scot-free after foisting upon the world cellphone shenanigans, The Deflator, Donald Yee, a middle-school plea for Facebook sympathy and a million juvenile "droopy balls" jokes. He's either guilty or the guiltiest-acting innocent person ever. Show More Summary
Yesterday, the NFL announced that commissioner Roger Goodell had upheld Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for his alleged role in the Patriots’ ball-deflation scandal. Today, Brady responded with a Facebook post not only proclaiming his innocence, but insisting that no one in the organization had done anything wrong.From his post: I... More »
The only thing we know about Ballghazi with any degree of certainty is what will happen next: Roger Goodell’s decision will be challenged in court. The NFLPA has announced its intention to sue —with Tom Brady’s backing—likely in a Minnesota federal court, where Judge David Doty has a history of pro-player rulings. Show More Summary
In the wake of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell upholding his four-game suspension of New England's Tom Brady, the Patriots opened training camp Wednesday with a Bill Belichick news conference. Predictably, the comments from the coach were comically unrevealing and spoken in that familiar monotone.
Tom Brady refused to kiss the ring, and we’re all paying for it.
Yesterday, Roger Goodell released his decision on the Brady appeal. Most of the early discussion has been about Brady’s destruction of his cell phone. Brady has contested the NFL’s characterization of this incident here (see cover here), saying that he had replaced a broken phone; that they had already told the NFL that Brady was not going to […]