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Adam Schefter Discusses Deflategate and Michigan Football

On Monday, Ryan Ermani and Rico Beard were joined by NFL Insider, Adam Schefter, to talk about the deflategate scandal in the NFL. Schefter also discusses Michigan’s new football head coach, Jim Harbaugh. – Listen at DetroitSports1051.com


Wilkerson won't participate in OTAs

Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson will not participate in OTAs, which started Tuesday (Cimini, May 19).

Wilkerson is entering the final year of his contract and is due to earn $6.96 million in 2015. 118 more words


Guaranteed Money in NFL Reporting Doesn't Mean What It Used To Mean

It happened again. Adam Schefter reported that Ryan Tannehill was getting $45 million in guaranteed money. There was less than a one percent chance that this statement was actually going to be accurate. 850 more words


Report: NFL Asked Patriots To Suspend McNally & Jastremski

BOSTON (CBS) – On Tuesday morning, ESPN’s Adam Schefter helped answer a very important question that people have been asking ever since the DeflateGate punishment was issued. 151 more words



As a long suffering fan of the Buffalo Bills, I watched the hoopla surrounding the New England Patriots unfold. I don’t have much in terms of special feelings toward the Patriots or… 250 more words


Tom Brady's agent bites back at NFL, calls Deflategate report 'ridiculous'

On Monday afternoon, the NFL handed down one of the heftiest 5 p.m. news dumps of all time, confirming Tom Brady’s suspension for tampering with footballs and besmirching “the integrity of the game.”¬†The Patriots organization is to be fined $1 million and denied a first round draft pick in 2016 as well as a fourth-rounder in 2017, and Brady is to serve a four-game suspension. 316 more words


Adam Schefter Says NFL Equates Tom Brady Infraction to PED Use

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Tom Brady, pre inevitable appeal, got suspended four games for his apparent role in deflategate (and, probably more significantly, for ostensibly not cooperating with Ted Wells’ investigation). 170 more words