Convicted murder and former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez had a “sexually explicit relationship” with an anonymous tipster who claimed one of the jurors who convicted Hernandez was biased, according to the Bristol County Sheriff. Thomas M. Show More Summary
Bill Simmons, the former ESPN star and forever New England Patriots superfan, took a shot at his former employer over one of its initial reports of DeflateGate, a report that helped stoke the controversy and later was debunked. Simmons is headed to HBO and, in a string of tweets about Meek Mill-centric reporting, he dropped […]
Tom Brady's four-game suspension still looms large for the New England Patriots during training camp. What's the latest surrounding this case? Is there a deal on the horizon? Watch as Bleacher Report NFL Insider Jason Cole discusses the latest Brady news the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Tom Brady of the New England Patriots are both expected to attend a mandated settlement hearing in New York City next week as the Deflategate case begins to make its way through the court system. Dan Graziano of ESPN reported U.S. Show More Summary
The New England Patriots reportedly restructured a $10 million bonus due to tight end Rob Gronkowski into two separate payments on Tuesday. Instead of one bulk payment at year's end, he'll receive $4 million now and $6 million at a later...Show More Summary
The first week of training camp certainly doesn't set the depth chart in stone, but it does provide a hint at some of the questions we've been asking all offseason. And with Monday serving as an off day, the New England Patriots have...Show More Summary
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — For four weeks at the start of the 2014 season, the New England Patriots offensive line was a group of turnstiles. Porous pass protection led to a beating on quarterback Tom Brady unlike any we've seen before. Part...Show More Summary
The quarterback who grew up with Tom Brady posters on his wall appears likely to be replacing him as the New England Patriots' starter for the first quarter of the season. Unless the NFLPA and Brady's lawyers get an injunction, or perform...Show More Summary
A tipster who said a member of the jury that convicted Aaron Hernandez of murdering Odin Lloyd was untruthful during the pretrial selection allegedly had a "sexually explicit relationship" with the former New England Patriots tight end. "(T)he...Show More Summary
Former college football broadcaster Craig James filed suit on Monday in Dallas saying he was fired from his job by Fox Sports Southwest due to his stated opposition to same-sex marriage. The former New England Patriots running back is seeking at least $100,000 in damages and a jury trial to hear...
Former New England Patriot and SMU running back Craig James is suing Fox Sports for religious discrimination. The former ESPN, and briefly Fox Sports, employee claims that his firing from Fox was due to comments he made opposing same-sex marriage while running for U.S. Senate. James’ suit was filed in Dallas County Court on Monday.
Former New England Patriots running back, failed US Senate candidate, and current Family Research Council staffer Craig James has filed an employment discrimination lawsuit against Fox Sports, alleging that the network fired him as a commentator over his Christian stance on same-sex marriage. Show More Summary
These are boom times for the people who specialize in flying banners bearing short-yet-pithy messages across the heavens. Last week, New York Jets fans expertly trolled the New England Patriots’ training camp with a “Cheaters Look Up” banner, but Patriots fan Richard Pate went them one better: hiring a pilot to fly a banner over […]
Now that the New England Patriots have opened training camp, the hard part is deciding who gets to stick around and who has to go home. With their roster currently at 90 players, the Patriots have to get rid of 15 more to get their roster...Show More Summary
The New York Times' Maureen Dowd's latest tired attack on Hillary Clinton involves a lengthy comparison of the Democratic presidential candidate to disgraced New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. Dowd spent nearly half of her August...Show More Summary
As the Deflategate story reaches a crescendo, the release of e-mails by the New England Patriots to the National Football League regarding leaks to ESPN shows some interesting behind-the-scenes machinations. At the “Wells Report in Context”...Show More Summary
There are many, many problems with the way the NFL handled deflate-gate, and one is pretty basic: The league never cared about the air pressure of footballs before hammering the New England Patriots. That was clear from the Wells report,...Show More Summary
On Friday, the New England Patriots took their concerns about the league office’s handling of the #DeflateGate controversy to the proverbial next level, releasing a chain of email communications expressing displeasure with leaks from the league office and requesting that the Ted Wells investigation include that topic. In response to one of the most aggressive…
Two things were certain Saturday when the New England Patriots put on pads for the first time at training camp: The home fans sure do love Tom Brady, and the quarterback's suspension and court case haven't affected his accuracy.
Exclusive: New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady may lose his day in court since the NFL maneuvered “Deflategate” into a corporate-friendly venue in Manhattan – possibly sparing the NFL from explaining why rival owners were allowed to intervene to push harsh penalties for Brady and the Patriots, says Robert Parry. By Robert Parry Now that the National Football League has…