The latest “Deflategate” rumors around the New England Patriots center around a new study by a respected Washington think tank, the American Enterprise Institute, that could lead to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell throwing out the four-game suspension against Patriots future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady. Show More Summary
Great American Patriot Jon Ritzheimer has had a wonderful and terrible week. He’s the nice fellow with the “Fuck Islam!” t-shirt who organized that big “Free Speech (and Hate Islam) Rally” at the Islamic Community Center of Phoenix last...Show More Summary
Ben Roethlisberger says it won't be the same if the Steelers and Patriots face off in Week 1 without Tom Brady under center. Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is surely looking forward to the regular season opener against...Show More Summary
Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer and the other “Left, Right and Center” panelists ask why coverage of the deadly biker gang dispute in Texas was so different from that of the Baltimore riots. Sen. Rand Paul took to the senate floor for 10 hours to discuss the Patriot Act, and Los Angeles will raise its minimum wage to $15/hr.
Kassidy Cross could not envision the end of an era.The junior center fielder at Northern has been a member of the Patriots varsity softball team since her freshman year. Before the Maryland 3A championship game against C.M. Wright, Cross had contributed to two of seven consecutive state titles. Read full article >>
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft finds himself at the center of the Deflategate saga after declining to fight the charges any further. Why did Kraft change his opinion so drastically? How does NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell play into this scenario? Watch as NFL Lead Writer Mike Freeman discusses Kraft's controversial stance in the video above. Show More Summary
FBI Director James Comey spoke to legal professionals and scholars this week at the American Law Institute and Georgetown University Law Center about cyber threats and the FBI’s abilities to counter and investigate those evolving threats.
On May 6, the day the NFL released its massive report concluding the New England Patriots likely deflated footballs before the AFC title game, the team indefinitely suspended the two employees at the center of the scandal without pay. Show More Summary
For Rex Ryan, it’s always been about the Patriots. And that’s true no matter who is under center. Even though his team will ostensibly benefit from not having to play suspended quarterback Tom Brady once (they’re scheduled to play in Week Two), the Bills head coach said it didn’t concern him who was playing. “For us,…
Former Patriots center Damien Woody, who snapped the ball to Tom Brady thousands of times and won two Super Bowl rings with him, believes that Brady was behind Deflategate. Woody engaged in a debate on ESPN today with fellow former Patriot Tedy Bruschi, and although Bruschi defended Brady and said he doesn’t think the Patriots…
At the center of the the New England Patriots’ deflated-football scandal is a 48-year-old part-time employee who had been a glorified gofer for the team for two-thirds of his life.
At the center of Ted Wells’s Ballghazi report are Jim McNally and John Jastremski, two longtime Patriots employees who are the primary handlers of the team’s game balls. Jastremski is the official “game ball maker” for the team, and McNally is the officials’ locker room attendant. Show More Summary
The big uglies continue to roll into Foxborough, as Georgia Tech center Shaq Mason marks the fourth lineman the Patriots have taken. Coupled with Tre ' Jackson, it is clear that offensive line coach Dave DeGuglielmo is insistent on adding...Show More Summary
Total breakdown: Patriots draft center Shaq Mason in fourth round
STRENGTHS A right guard in college, Shaq Mason has the size, instincts and short-area power to be a very good NFL center. Mason attacks coming off the line of scrimmage and is a bulldozer when he latches onto a defender. He keeps his pads low and hands strong and churns his feet and hips through the defender to be an impressive drive-blocker. Show More Summary
Former Patriots star Aaron Hernandez has moved to a new prison, one week after he was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Odin Lloyd. Hernandez was transferred to Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley, Massachusetts on Wednesday, after spending a week at MCI Cedar-Junction in Walpole for processing. Show More Summary
Ok I’ll be upfront, I’ve never watched a single second Ultimate Fighter – one of the fastest growing sports in America, but one of the cool things about being me is I get the opportunity to experience new things. So when the fine folks at UFC reached out and said “Hey now, we’re going to … Continue reading UFC Fight Night at the Patriot Center!! ?
After Clay Guida’s unanimous decision win over Robbie Peralta in UFC Fight Night 63 at the Patriot Center in Fairfax, the victorious fighter had a lot to say. A lot. In a frenzied post-fight speech in the octagon, Guida wished everyone a happy Easter, mentioned the NCAA basketball tournament and had a message for President […]
The official Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) rankings have been updated following the UFC Fight Night 63 event, which went down this past weekend (Sat., April 4, 2015) on FOX Sports 1 from inside the Patriot Center in Fairfax, Virginia. For complete "Mendes vs. Show More Summary
Boo me? F--k you! Al Iaquinta isn't one to bite his tongue. That was never more evident than this past Saturday (April 4, 2015) as he unleashed a verbal tirade (see it) against the fans inside the Patriot Center in Fairfax, Virginia,...Show More Summary