CPI: Democratic Party-aligned “dark money” powerhouse Patriot Majority USA collected half of the $30 million it raised last year from five anonymous donors, according to a Center for Public Integrity analysis of a new tax filing from the group. Patriot Majority … Continue reading ?
On Sunday, the New York Giants will host the undefeated New England Patriots in a game that very few people outside the walls of the Quest Diagnostics Training Center seem to think the Giants can win. If that sounds familiar, it’s because...Show More Summary
The American Veterans Center Honors on Saturday night was kind of like the Oscars (awards and tuxes!), only with a few fewer actors and a lot more patriotism. The event, which will air Nov. 15 on Reelz and the Armed Forces Network, was taped in front of an audience at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington and included […]
The Patriots will place offensive lineman Ryan Wendell on injured reserve to create a roster spot for center Bryan Stork, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Saturday. Stork got the team’s injured reserve/designated for return slot due to a concussion suffered in the preseason. Undrafted rookie David Andrews has been playing center for the Patriots. Stork started…
Jets coach Todd Bowles said earlier this week that center Nick Mangold’s neck injury is “not as bad” as the team thought it was when he went down against the Patriots last Sunday. That’s good news for Mangold, obviously, but it may not mean that he’s well enough to play in Oakland this weekend. The Jets…
The Jets feel like they got good news Monday regarding center Nick Mangold, but the team has no timetable on Mangold’s return to action after he suffered a neck injury during Sunday’s loss to the Patriots. “I just know it’s not as bad as we thought it was,” Jets coach Todd Bowles told reporters Monday…
Jets center Nick Mangold went down late in Sunday’s loss to the Patriots with a neck injury that left him face down on the turf for several beats before the team’s medical staff arrived to help him. Mangold was able to walk off the field with assistance, but headed straight back to the locker room…
A tough day for the New York Jets, who blew a fourth-quarter lead against the New England Patriots in Week 7, has been made worse with an injury to offensive lineman Nick Mangold. Continue for updates. Mangold Undergoing X-Rays Sunday, Oct. Show More Summary
Whalen wasn't originally supposed to be the center on the infamous play. As if the fake punt the Colts attempted to run Sunday night against the Patriots wasn't bad enough, on Tuesday Indianapolis punter Pat McAfee revealed additional...Show More Summary
A wide receiver at center. A safety at quarterback. Nine men wide right. The Colts tried an audacious trick play. It failed very badly.
While most of the injury speculation for Sunday night has been centered on Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, one of the guys the Patriots would like to have to slow him down might be missing. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Patriots cornerback Tarell Brown missed another practice today, and is likely out for…
Just about every conversation about the New England Patriots-Indianapolis Colts game has centered around some version of "Oh man the Patriots are going to run up the score!" Let's take a look at the other side. The Colts have their reasons...Show More Summary
The Patriots will likely be without a pair of key linemen this weekend, though they fared well enough last week without one of them. Starting center Ryan Wendell is out for this week’s game against the Bills, which puts undrafted rookie David Andrews in line to start again. He anchored a brand new middle of…
There's been plenty of noise out of Buffalo in anticipation of Sunday's game against New England. With Rex Ryan at the helm for the Bills, they're doing their best to supplant the New York Jets as the Patriots' biggest AFC East rival. Show More Summary
The league said New England could reinstate the two employees at the center of what an N.F.L. investigation found had been a scheme to use improperly inflated footballs in the A.F.C. championship game.
Patriots employees John Jastremski and Jim McNally were reinstated today after being suspended for their alleged roles in unfairly deflating footballs in the AFC championship game.
John Jastremski and Jim McNally, the two lesser-known Patriots employees at the center of the Deflategate controversy, will meet with NFL vice president Troy Vincent but will not face further punsihment from the league, according toShow More Summary
John Jastremski and Jim McNally, the now-famous Patriots locker room attendants that were suspended during Deflategate, will be reinstated to the Patriots, the Boston Globe reports. As the Globe reports, the two men will be reinstated without further punishment at some point later this week. Show More Summary
As season kicks off, the NFL love affair with the military is front and center and they charge for it. This is the power of the NFL: it can brand something you respect into something nauseous. I have a lifelong fascination with the military: my grandfathers were pilots in WWII, one also in Korea. Show More Summary
The New England Patriots are about to be front and center in another scandal it would seem. First it was Spygate, then it was Deflategate, (...)