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What We're Watching For At Patriots OTAs

BOSTON (CBS) — If you’re starving for some football — you know, real football and not talk about air pressure and all that jazz — Thursday is a nice appetizer for the 2016 season. 895 more words


LISTEN: Daniel Wallach Talks Patriots Joining "Deflategate" Fight In Court

Daniel Wallach, gaming and sports attorney, joined Mark Zinno on Wednesday to break down the latest in the “Deflategate” saga. Wallach breaks down the case from the amicus brief the Patriots filed in support of Tom Brady and what he thinks the chances of Brady will get a rehearing by the Second Circuit. 35 more words


Patriots ask appeals court to rehear 'Deflategate' case

NEW YORK (AP) — The New England Patriots have asked a federal appeals court in New York City to rehear the “Deflategate” case. 138 more words


Tom Brady’s Friends of the Court Deflate Goodell

DATELINE:  Amicus Panties in a Twist

Amicus briefs are filling out the dirty laundry in jurisprudence.

The more obtuse football fans think Amicus briefs are what the Amish wear under their clothes. 242 more words

Sports Humor

Patriots take aim at Commissioner in new Brady case legal brief

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady continues to fight the NFL’s effort to suspend him four games. The Patriots finally have gotten directly involved in the matter and, in so doing, have taken aim at the manner in which the Commissioner and the rest of the league office handled the case. 902 more words

Rumor Mill

Scientists submit brief in support of Tom Brady

On Monday, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and the NFL Players Association filed a petition for rehearing of the ruling that reinstated Brady’s four-game suspension. On Tuesday, a group of professors of physics and engineering submitted a brief in support of Brady’s position. 563 more words

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Ted Olson Sees Glimmer Of Hope For One-In-A-Million Chance For Tom Brady Appeal

BOSTON (CBS) — As has been well-documented and widely repeated, the chances for Tom Brady and his team of lawyers to find success in their appeal for rehearing at the Second Circuit remain absurdly low. 419 more words