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New England vs NFL: It's A Bare Knuckles Brawl

Robert Kraft Is Not Happy

Just as Judge Richard M. Berman was telling the National Football League Player’s Association and NFL to get together and try to solve their issues, the New England Patriots went on the offense.   565 more words

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Start of Training Camp Brings Focus Back to the Field

The gates to Gillette Stadium finally opened on Wednesday and ushered in the start of a new season. A day after Goodell upheld his deflategate ruling, the Patriots returned to the field and began their defense of last year’s Superbowl. 467 more words

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Tom Brady v. the NFL: Deflategate keeps churning up and up

Last weekend, I was chatting with a buddy and came up with a perfect solution to the Tom Brady appeal debacle: Brady accepts a one game suspension (or a record fine) and says nothing more than “I should have done more; I’m sorry for my lack of cooperation”; the NFL drops the Deflategate issue at large, and everyone moves on; no one cares about this anymore, including the Colts. 670 more words

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Tom Brady and the New England Patriots: Redefining the meaning of the word integrity

Throughout this continued farce, commonly known as Deflategate, the word integrity has come up again and again. For the NFL, they claim it is all about protecting the integrity of the sport, for the New England Patriots it has been about protecting the integrity of their franchise and for Tom Brady it boils down to protecting his integrity as a human being. 1,080 more words

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A Bill Beli-check on Mr. Hoodie Coverage

Tell us again how long New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick has been stonewalling the press?

Oh, right – all 15 years he’s been here. 231 more words

Robert Kraft signs 'FREE BRADY' poster at Patriots training camp

Robert Kraft is, once again, a man of the people.

The owner of the New England Patriots is back in the good graces of his team’s fanbase after he gave a… 92 more words

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Tom Brady Publicly Blasts NFL

On Wednesday, Tom Brady made a very public announcement- where he defended his innocence on Facebook with a lack of punctuation and tons of rage starting with him, bluntly stating “I am very disappointed by the NFL’s decision to uphold the 4 game suspension against me. 181 more words

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