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Dominique Easley back to practice, but doubtful for Patriots

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…

Bills' team store puts inflating pumps 'front and center' before Patriots game

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

Patriots Employees Reinstated by N.F.L.

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.

NFL Allows Return Of 2 Patriots Employees At The Center Of Deflategate

3 weeks agoNews : The Two-Way

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.

Update: John Jastremski, Jim McNally will not face further punishment from NFL

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

NFL to allow Patriots to reinstate locker room attendants at center of Deflategate — but there's a catch

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

Football and the Military: The NFL's Mercenary Marriage of Patriotism and Violence

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

What should we call the latest Patriots scandal?

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, (...)

Bill Belichick: Sad to see stories written with an obvious agenda

The Patriots found themselves in the center of another controversy on Thursday night when the Steelers complained about malfunctioning headsets on the sideline and coach Mike Tomlin said that it “always” happens when the team plays at Gillette Stadium. The Steelers website chimed in with an article claiming that “whenever an NFL representative proceeded to the…

Wendell inactive, Patriots down to undrafted rookie center

Tom Brady is back for the Patriots, but he’ll be taking snaps from an inexperienced center. Tonight’s inactives are out, and a big one is Patriots center Ryan Wendell. With New England having already placed center Bryan Stork on injured reserves-designated for return, undrafted rookie David Andrews will be the starting center. The Patriots’ other…

What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

Y’all predicted this — The Oath Keepers, the anti-government “Patriot” group that mounted an armed standoff with the Bureau of Land Management at the Bundy Ranch, stationed armed guards outside of military recruitment centers after the Chattanooga shooting, and unsettled Ferguson protestors when they showed up carrying assault rifles, is now offering anti-gay Kentucky clerk […]

Beyond Brady: What To Expect In Tonight's NFL Season Opener

4 weeks agoNews : The Two-Way

With his four-game suspension overturned, embattled New England quarterback Tom Brady will be under center for tonight's game as the Patriots take on the Steelers.

5 Bold Predictions for Pittsburgh Steelers' Week 1 Matchup

The Pittsburgh Steelers open the 2015 NFL season on Thursday night by taking on the New England Patriots, the 2014 Super Bowl champions. Storylines abound: Tom Brady will be under center for New England now that his four-game suspension...Show More Summary

Patriots rule out starting center for Thursday

The Patriots will open the season Thursday night without center Bryan Stork, the team announced Wednesday. Stork missed the entire preseason due to a concussion, so his absence is not a surprise. A fourth-round pick in 2014, he moved into the starting lineup a little more than a month into last season and played well…

PRO PICKS: Brady Back, Patriots Kick Off Season vs. Steelers

So we won't be finding out how Jimmy Garoppolo will fare in the glaring spotlight of the NFL's prime-time season opener. Some guy named Brady will be behind center for the Super Bowl champions.

Tom Brady’s Divorce: New England Patriots Quarterback Deflates Rumors

Tom Brady’s divorce from Gisele Bundchen is the latest rumor floating around the internet concerning the New England Patriots quarterback. According to Tom however, rumor is all it is. After Deflategate, Brady has been the center of a lot of controversy, and a point of discussion for annoyed Seattle Seahawks fans. Show More Summary

Bryan Stork remains out of practice for Patriots

The Patriots found out last week that Tom Brady would be at quarterback for their season opener against the Steelers, but it continues to look like they’ll be without their starting center. Bryan Stork missed a third straight practice Tuesday because of the concussion that kept him off the field for a good chunk of…

PFT Live comes to you from Boston at noon ET

The Patriots have been the topic of much discussion this offseason and Tuesday hasn’t been any different. ESPN’s release of a report about Spygate, a radio interview with Roger Goodell that mainly centered on Deflategate and Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s own radio interview have made New England the center of the NFL universe two days…

Bryan Stork Injury: Updates on Patriots Center's Concussion and Return

Although the New England Patriots have the quarterback position all figured out for Week 1 of the regular season, they might need to find a replacement center should Bryan Stork be unavailable. Continue for updates. Stork Must Pass Concussion Protocol in Order to Play Against Steelers Monday, Sept. Show More Summary

Patriots starting center misses practice with concussion

The Patriots have issued their first injury report of the season. Tom Brady isn’t on it. But the man who snaps the ball to him is. Center Bryan Stork missed practice on Wednesday with a concussion. In order to play on Thursday, he’ll have to be cleared first to practice and then to play by…

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