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No one can agree about how Tom Brady’s appeal hearing went

On the one hand, we have this from ESPN’s Adam Schefter about Tom Brady’s Deflategate appeal hearing on Tuesday. Was told by person in today's appeal that Tom Brady's greatest ally was…Tom Brady. Offered explanations in all areas. Now up to Goodell. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) June 24, 2015 And then on Wednesday, we get […]

The Tom Brady Appeal Was Yesterday, and Sources Say Things Are Looking Good Everybody’s Favorite Uggs Model

Bad news, Patriots haters. The Tom Brady appeal was yesterday in New York, and according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, league officials were no match for Tommy’s dimpled chin and baby blues. We have no idea what was actually said during the 10-hour hearing at the NFL’s New York headquarters. However, sources told Schefter that Brady […]

Exploring NFL’s inconsistent reactions to erroneous ESPN reports

I was occupied with other matters when the minor skirmish emerged regarding whether Tom Brady was limited to four hours in presenting his case during Tuesday’s appeal hearing. To summarize, Adam Schefter of ESPN reported that the four-hour limitation applied, NFL spokesman Greg Aiello promptly tweeted a contradiction, Schefter released the memo suggesting the four-hour…

Did an NFL long snapper carry a paper clip to deflate footballs?

As we wait for the Tom Brady appeal to finish, there's air time to be filled, and ESPN's Adam Schefter filled it with an interesting story about other players deflating footballs. During a live shot on "NFL Insiders" on Tuesday afternoon...Show More Summary

Unnamed Long Snapper, Backup QB Reportedly Deflated Footballs During NFL Games

Deflategate just took an interesting turn, and this time, it has nothing to do with Tom Brady or the New England Patriots. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter (via Mike Freeman of Bleacher Report), one unnamed long snapper would carry a paperclip into games to deflate footballs before snapping them. Show More Summary

Report: Tom Brady “testifying under oath” at appeal hearing

Despite the small army of lawyers dispatched by both sides, today’s Tom Brady appeal hearing is not happening in a courtroom. But it still has the feel of a trial, right down to the Bible, apparently. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Brady “is testifying under oath, per source.” While that makes it sound like the…

Taylor Mays to Lions: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

Safety Taylor Mays' time on the open market didn't last long, as he signed with the Detroit Lions on Saturday just four days after getting released by the Minnesota Vikings. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, citing confirmation from...Show More Summary

Taylor Mays joins the Lions

Taylor Mays has left the Vikings, but he won’t be leaving the NFC North. Marketing agent Fadde Mikhail tells ESPN’s Adam Schefter that Mays has agreed to a deal with the Lions. Mays, who spent one year with the 49ers and four with the Bengals, has started only four games since his rookie season, when…

San Francisco 49ers: Plenty of Salary-Cap Space for the 2016 Offseason

The silver lining to the San Francisco 49ers’ exodus of veterans and other notable talent this offseason is a big pile of salary-cap space next offseason. According to Adam Schefter, the 49ers' recent retirement spree has created $25...Show More Summary

How Can Philadelphia Eagles Replace Evan Mathis' Production in 2015?

In yet another surprising offseason move, Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly has decided to part ways with arguably the top all-around guard in the National Football League. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported the news: Eagles released...Show More Summary

Tony Romo, Fantasy Football, and the NFL's Bizarre Hypocrisies on Gambling

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A podcast with ESPN’s David Purdum, and quotes from Adam Schefter and an NFL agent.

C.J. Mosley to Dolphins: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

The Miami Dolphins continued to improve the interior of their defense Wednesday, signing defensive tackle C.J. Mosley. Adam Schefter of ESPN reported the team signed Mosley to a one-year deal. Mosley has largely been a journeyman tackle...Show More Summary

Andy Lee to Browns: Latest Trade Details, Comments and Reaction

After 11 seasons, three Pro Bowls and three All-Pro nods with the San Francisco 49ers, punter Andy Lee is on the move, as he was traded to the Cleveland Browns on Saturday. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Niners will receive a...Show More Summary

Report: Browns trading pick to 49ers for punter Andy Lee

Andy Lee’s days with the San Francisco appeared to be numbered as soon as the 49ers selected a punter in the fifth round of this year’s NFL Draft. Now his time in the Bay Area is over. According to Adam Schefter of, the Cleveland Browns are trading a 2017 seventh-round draft pick to the…

Anthony Davis Retires from NFL at Age 25: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

The hits keep coming for the San Francisco 49ers, as star offensive tackle Anthony Davis is stepping away from the NFL. Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, Davis released a statement saying that he has " decided it will be best for me to takeShow More Summary

Cam Newton, Panthers Agree on New Contract: Top Takeaways from Press Conference

The Carolina Panthers made Cam Newton a very rich man on Tuesday, signing him to a five-year, $103.8 million contract with $60 million guaranteed and a $22.5 million signing bonus, per Adam Schefter of ESPN. Shortly after the Panthers...Show More Summary

Did Cam Newton Deserve Massive Contract Extension from Carolina Panthers?

The Carolina Panthers have signed Cam Newton to a contract extension worth $103.8 million over five years, according to Adam Schefter. Did Newton deserve this big extension? Can he lead the Panthers to a deep playoff run? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss the Newton extension in the video above. Read more NFL news on

Cam Newton, Panthers agree to contract extension through 2020 worth $103.8 million

The Panthers have now locked up their franchise quarterback for the foreseeable future. The Carolina Panthers and quarterback Cam Newton have agreed to a new long-term deal, according to Adam Schefter. The five-year, $103.8 million extension runs through the 2020 season. Show More Summary

Ryan Harris to Broncos: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

The Denver Broncos did not wait long to react to Ryan Clady’s injury. ESPN’s Jeff Legwold and Adam Schefter noted Thursday that Denver “agreed to terms with T Ryan Harris.” The move is clearly a response to the news that left tackle Clady tore his left ACL during Wednesday’s practice and will likely miss the season, per Schefter. Show More Summary

Broncos sign Ryan Harris

The Broncos may not be ready to rule Ryan Clady out for the 2015 season, but they didn’t wait long to add to their tackle options in the wake of his torn ACL. Jeff Legwold and Adam Schefter of ESPN report that the team has added veteran Ryan Harris to the roster. It will be…

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