The New England Patriots are still dealing with a lot of problems stemming from Deflategate since Tom Brady’s suspension was upheld. Still, that isn’t going to stop other teams, especially rivals such as the New York Jets, from tormenting them. Show More Summary
On Tuesday, ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith was a lot like one of the characters on the beach in “Jaws,” shouting “shark” at the top of his very full lungs and finding that not everyone was taking him terribly seriously. Smith, speaking to Skip Bayless on “First Take,” said “I’m hearing that Tom Brady actually destroyed […]
A Minnesota judge has sided with the NFL in its turf battle over where the case brought by the NFL Players Association on behalf of Tom Brady will be heard. “This court perceives no reason for this action to proceed in Minnesota,” U.S. District Court Judge Richard Kyle ruled Thursday morning (via Fox’s Mike Garafolo), […]
If backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo comes in and puts up MVP-like numbers during Tom Brady's suspension, the New England Patriots could stick with the younger signal-caller and still find a way to get Brady on the field. Of course, Brady isn't going to lose his job—no matter how well Garoppolo plays—as a result of the suspension. Show More Summary
The NFL Players Association will re-file its lawsuit against the league on behalf of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in a New York City court Thursday after being rejected in Minneapolis, according to Albert Breer of NFL Network. Per USA Today's Tom Pelissero, the union went to a U.S. Show More Summary
Tom Brady will be present for the New England Patriots' first open practice of training camp. That doesn't mean that the impact of his suspension still won't be felt. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell upheld Brady's four-game suspension for the findings of the Wells Report and the investigation into Deflategate. Show More Summary
A New York Judge wants the NFL and NFLPA to work on a resolution to their litigation sooner rather than later, and wants as little nonsense as possible to cut through. New York Judge Richard Berman issued an order on Thursday, telling...Show More Summary
Tom Brady's lawsuit against the NFL in which he wants his four-game suspension overturned will be heard in New York instead of Minnesota. Mr. Brady and the players' union filed their suit Wednesday... To view the full story, click the title link.
Yesterday, the NFLPA filed its suit on behalf of Tom Brady, claiming the NFL contravened and exceeded its own CBA-granted disciplinary powers in suspending him four games for Ballghazi. The suit was, as expected, filed in Minnesota, where the union has won a series of favorable judgments. Show More Summary
Tom Brady received a big cheer from Patriots fans when he came out on the practice field Thursday for New England's first practice of training camp.
A New York federal judge will hear American football star Tom Brady's appeal of his NFL four-game suspension over the "Deflategate" scandal, after a judge on Thursday transferred the case from Minnesota.
Brady and the players’ union filed their suit in Minnesota. But the N.F.L. already had filed papers in New York,
Tom Brady's lawsuit against the NFL in which he wants his four-game suspension overturned will be heard in New York instead of Minnesota.
At Tom Brady’s first press conference to discuss the rumblings of what would become ‘Deflategate’, he put on his (...)
This unbelievable news from George Atallah, an NFLPA executive.
A day after the NFL and its players association filed separate lawsuits in different states over the Tom Brady suspension, a U.S. District Court judge in Minnesota ordered the two cases to be conjoined in New York.
On Wednesday, the NFL Players Association officially filed a petition in federal court to vacate the four-game suspension handed down to Tom Brady for his alleged role in the Deflategate scandal. As expected, the NFLPA took its case to Minnesota and requested that U.S. District Court Judge David Doty be assigned to the case. According […]
NFL 1, NFLPA 0. On Tuesday, the NFL immediately filed in federal court in Manhattan a lawsuit seeking confirmation of the arbitration award that suspended Patriots quarterback Tom Brady for four games. On Wednesday, the NFLPA filed a competing lawsuit in Minnesota. On Thursday, the Minnesota court stepped aside. As NFLPA spokesman George Atallah said…
Patriots owner Robert Kraft took an unusual step this week when he publicly criticized the league office, saying Commissioner Roger Goodell was wrong to suspend Tom Brady and saying that the Patriots were wrong to trust the league office to handle Deflategate appropriately. Those words were music to the ears of the NFL Players Association.…