New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady continued his battle with the NFL over his Deflategate suspension on Monday, officially filing an appeal to rehear his case through the U.S. Court of Appeals' Second Circuit. An official release...Show More Summary
Even though he's on the cover of this year's Madden game, New England Patriots touchdown machine -- and the human embodiment of Edward Forty Hands -- Rob Gronkowski isn't concerned that he'll fall on hard times as a result. He's notShow More Summary
At this point, one thing is certain: Abiola Aborishade is persistent. The former Division III receiver, who set UMass-Dartmouth's single-season receiving record in 2014 when he had 84 catches, has stood near the New England Patriots'...Show More Summary
Sorry, folks. Deflategate isn't over yet. Tom Brady will file an appeal to overturn the four-game suspension he received for his alleged role in the New England Patriots' under-inflated ball scandal from nearly a year and a half ago, the NFL Players Assn. confirmed Monday. Brady's legal team will...
NEW YORK (AP) — Tom Brady will appeal his four-game suspension by the NFL, seeking a second hearing before the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court. The decision by the New England Patriots quarterback was confirmed Monday by NFL Players Association spokesman George Atallah. If the appeal is denied by the full panel, Brady could try to […]
DeflateGate is not ending any time soon as Tom Brady will appeal his suspension once again. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has officially taken his appeal of a four-game suspension to the next level. The NFLPA has petitioned...Show More Summary
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will appeal the federal court ruling reinstating his four-game suspension for "Deflategate" to the entire U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals, Brady's lawyer told ABC News on Monday.
Monday marks the deadline for New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady to appeal his deflate-gate case, and all signs point toward his camp starting that ball rolling. According to ESPN, the NFLPA plans to file a petition this afternoon to rehear Brady's case "en banc" — which, in legal terms, means in front of the entire court — in the U.S. Show More Summary
We are past the midway point of the 2016 NFL offseason, but there are still opportunities for teams to add talented players to their rosters. When it comes to the New England Patriots' opportunity to add defensive end Dwight FreeneyShow More Summary
The New England Patriots are always looking for ways to improve their roster and one position that could use a boost is the running back position. There are not many players available that could improve their depth chart, but there is one guy that they are showing preliminary interest in. Show More Summary
The New England Patriots have announced that former Running Back, Kevin Faulk will become the newest member of their franchise’s Hall of Fame. Faulk won the fan vote over Cornerback, Raymond Clayborn and Linebacker, Mike Vrabel. Drafted...Show More Summary
Mark Davis needs majority support from the other NFL owners if he wants to move the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas, and he has a powerful voice backing him in New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft. "I think it would be good for the NFL," Kraft said Friday, per Jarrett Bell of USA Today. Show More Summary
The clock is already ticking for many of the NFL's youngest players. Expectations are high as players enter the league with lofty expectations of early success, and unless there are early signs of progress, it can be easy to wonder if...Show More Summary
Jimmy Garoppolo finds himself in a good situation. He can prepare all offseason as if he'll be the New England Patriots' starting quarterback for the first four games of the season, thanks to Tom Brady's deflate-gate suspension. He prepared...Show More Summary
There isn't much New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski can't do on the football field. And off the field, he's the guy pretty much everyone wants to hang out with, thus his recent coronation as "funnest guy in sports." Gronkowski loves to dance, though it's questionable just how good he is at it, and that clearly extends to ballet. Show More Summary
Even the best athletes have trouble nailing down simple ballet choreography. When New England Patriots tight-end Rob Gronkowski stopped by a studio to take ballet lessons from principal soloist Nathalia Arja, he probably wasn't expecting it to be that hard. Show More Summary
“We got Nathalia Arja from Miami City ballet to put the Patriots’ monster of a man through some drills that are likely not in Bill Belichick’s repertoire: the plié; the arabesque; the thing where you jump and kick your legs together...
There seems to be a disconnect between the New England Patriots' perceived needs and actual needs. Prior to the 2016 NFL draft, the general consensus stood that the Patriots had holes to fill at running back and offensive tackle. One...Show More Summary
The name Jimmy Garoppolo, the New England Patriots' 2014 second-round pick, rang out last offseason. As Tom Brady's backup, the quarterback was slated to begin the 2015 regular season as the New England Patriots' starter, as the Deflategate...Show More Summary
The Rams added depth to the defensive line Tuesday, signing tackle Dominique Easley, a former first-round pick released last month by the New England Patriots. Easley worked out for the Rams last week, a person with knowledge of the situation said. Easley, 24, played at Florida and was the 29th...