The New England Patriots and their owner Robert Kraft remain defiant over allegations that the team purposely deflated balls in their blowout win over the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship Game, but the American public isn’t so convinced. Show More Summary
PHOENIX -- Wrapping up some of the key storylines around the New England Patriots from their first day at Super Bowl XLIX: Robert Kraft's public defense. Can't recall a Super Bowl where the owner took the mic first. That was the story...Show More Summary
So maybe the New England Patriots locker room attendant wasn’t responsible for the deflated balls after all. According to ProFootballTalk, the Patriots locker room attendantt who was seen leaving the official’s room and entering another room with the balls was actually going into a bathroom, where he remained for 90 seconds. The sources tell PFT’s Mike […]
PHOENIX -- This had all the ingredients to produce the type of uncomfortable news conference we've seen at times in the past with New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick, a result of his integrity having been under fire in the press...Show More Summary
The owner of the New England Patriots said Monday that he expects an apology from the NFL after it concludes its investigation into Deflategate.
The New England Patriots got out of the Northeast on Monday before the blizzard hit, and flew directly into the eye of a different storm.
PHOENIX -- Robert Kraft is one of the NFL's most influential owners. He is also the proud chairman and CEO of the New England Patriots. Usually those two things mix well. But when crisis strikes, as it has for the Patriots over the last...Show More Summary
Whether you are rooting for the New England Patriots or the Seattle Seahawks, one thing is for certain, an assortment of game day foods to enjoy during the Super Bowl is essential. Party mixes are a quick and easy snack you can literally throw together in minutes.
New England Patriots chairman and CEO Robert Kraft spoke to the media about the ongoing deflated-football controversy, and he isn't happy. The 73-year-old reiterated what head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady have said in the past couple of days —that the Pats didn't knowingly do anything wrong. Show More Summary
Patriots owner Robert Kraft crashed a press conference scheduled for Bill Belichick and Tom Brady in Arizona tonight, telling the assembled media "I want to make it clear that I believe unconditionally that the New England Patriots have done nothing wrong" in response to accusations that they deflated footballs prior to the AFC Championship game. Show More Summary
Patriots cornerback Kyle Arrington maintains a stall not far from those of Tom Brady and Darrelle Revis in the Patriots’ locker room.
CHANDLER, Ariz. – New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft criticized the NFL, the way deflate-gate has been handled and reported on, said he wanted an apology from the league if its investigation doesn't turn up anything, and basically dropped the mic on the conversation of the entire matter for the rest of the week. It was surreal. Show More Summary
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick is giving his first Super Bowl press conference from Arizona. It starts at 8 p.m. eastern time. Unlike Saturday's surreal, impromptu presser about the deflated-footballs scandal, today's is a scheduled appearance that he was are required to attend. Show More Summary
With all of the attention being paid to the New England Patriots “Deflategate” cheating scandal, it’s easy to forget that there’s a Big Game next week, and that Big Game is called Super Bowl XLIX (pronounced, “Super Bowl ZLICKS!”), but if you rely solely on certain television personalities for information, you might never know the [...]
Deflate-gate grows more interesting with each passing day. Especially after Jay Glazer, a senior writer for FoxSports.com, tweeted the fact that the NFL is closing in on a Patriots locker-room attendant who may have taken footballs away from the locker room and potentially deflated them — and the whole thing could potentially be on videotape. Show More Summary
ESPN analyst Tedy Bruschi came out strongly in defense of his former team on Monday, saying he vouches for the integrity of both New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady and believes without a doubt that neither...Show More Summary
MMQB’s Peter King joins Mike Florio to discuss the defensive strategies New England will likely employ to shut down Marshawn Lynch and what that will mean for the Patriots’ cornerbacks.
There is reportedly a person of interest who could have been involved in the infamous “deflategate” scandal that took place in the 45-7 win from the Patriots vs. Colts AFC Championship game earlier this month. The person in question is a New England Patriots locker-room attendant. The person took the balls from the official’s locker [...]
America's favorite astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson has joined his compatriot Bill Nye "the Science Guy" in calling bull on New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick's supposedly scientific explanation for DeflateGate.
Gamblers aren't worried Deflategate will distract the Patriots. Super Bowl bettors in Vegas are siding with New England by ratios of 3-to-1 and higher.