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Analyzing #Deflategate Legal Arguments

Editor’s Note: The following is an addendum and is the legal analysis to NEWTON KNOWS – WHY THE NFL GOT IT RIGHT ON #DEFLATEGATE, our step by step look at the Tom Brady investigation. 3,159 more words

NFL

Bullygate Now Rises from the Grave to Assist Deflategate

DATELINE: BOUNTYGATE MEETS DEFLATEGATE

As Deflategate reaches its acme, the old bugaboo of Bullygate, another NFL mess, has risen from the dead.

Not only has Richie Incognito attacked the Commissioner Roger Goodell as a less than exemplary person, but we now see that one of the coaches of the Miami Dolphins who was fired, based on Ted Wells’s report, is now suing Wells for defamation of character in regard to the Richie Incognito fiasco. 167 more words

Farce

The Hypocrisy of Robert Kraft

“I think we really lucked out with him as commissioner.” – Robert Kraft, March 3, 2013 on Roger Goodell

During an Outside the Lines/ESPN profile on the NFL Commissioner, Robert Kraft stepped up and defended Roger Goodell.

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NFL

Knowing When to Take a Knee

The sports world (at least the NFL world – and really, isn’t that what matters most?) is all aflutter over yesterday’s announcement that Roger Goodell upheld the four-game suspension that he previously handed down to Tom Brady.  569 more words

Bountygate

Tom Brady suspended as Deflategate reaches 'BountyGate' status

Tom Brady, the New England Patriots  Super Bowl winning quarterback has now been officially suspended for the first four games of the 2015 NFL season pending any further actions from his legal team.  361 more words

Sports

2009 NFC Championship Game: Where were you?

I am not sure why I am doing this. But it is time for me to rewatch one of the most traumatizing experiences of my clearly sheltered life. 110 more words

PTSD History

Poking Holes in the Wells Report

About two weeks ago we were given a fight that was deemed the “Fight of the Century.” We had the undefeated Floyd Mayweather playing the role of villain perfectly. 1,603 more words

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