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Drew Brees: 'I’m Not Going To Trust Any League-Led Investigation When It Comes To Anything'

By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston

BOSTON (CBS) — All of a sudden, the Patriots are getting support in their battle against Roger Goodell. First, it came from… 540 more words


Tuesday 10/20/15 Quick Outs

Cardinals’ head coach Bruce Arians

My first quick out for today has to do with the Cardinals’ head coach Bruce Arians’ obsession with the Rams. I will post the link for the story at the end, but here is a quick overview of his remarks after the Cardinals’ loss to the Steelers on Sunday.   178 more words


Should The Rams' Fans Start Panicking After Yesterday's Loss To Washington?

As the game clock tick its final moments away while Kousins and Washington celebrated their victory over the Rams, those knee jerk reactions took over my emotions. 412 more words

Troy Aikman doesn't understand why Roger Goodell would even want to be the NFL's judge and jury

As the Deflategate scandal fades into the new NFL season, legendary quarterback Troy Aikman only knows one thing for sure.

If the balls were deflated, there wasn’t any way that Tom Brady wasn’t behind it. 1,146 more words


Price tag of NFL firing Roger Goodell would exceed $175 million, so don't expect it

After a series of legal losses by the NFL, speculation persists about whether the owners might consider firing Commissioner Roger Goodell. From the New Orleans Saints Bountygate case, to the Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson domestic abuse suspensions, and now the loss to Tom Brady in the Deflategate saga, … 647 more words


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


Bullygate Now Rises from the Grave to Assist 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