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The NFL hammered Tom Brady for his role in “DeflateGate” for good reason. We can’t have the best players in America’s favorite sport toying with the rules.
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With the New England Patriots still reeling from the #DeflateGate fallout (Tom Brady suspended four games and general finger wagging aimed at the team), we thought it’d be interesting to explore how the Minnesota Vikings stack up in terms of cheating.
The NFL suspended Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady for the first four games on Monday for his role in a scheme to deflate footballs used in the AFC title game. The league also fined the Patriots $1 million and took away two draft picks, including next years’ first-round choice.
From a make-or-break game for Minnesota Wild to more Star Wars secrets revealed, these are the four things to know for Thursday, May 7.
An NFL investigation has found that New England Patriots employees likely deflated footballs and that quarterback Tom Brady was “at least generally aware” of the rules violations.
Ted Wells. Have you heard of him? If you haven’t, you might want to make yourself familiar with him because he might be the single-most important person in the NFL right now.
Super Bowl reaction on the WCCO Morning News. Kim Johnson from WCCO TV talks about Tom Brady, and more…..Click the link above to listen back to some of the things you may have missed today!
The New England Patriots are Super Bowl Champions and one of the first words that comes to mind when describing this one is unbelievable.
What once seemed like a fleeting dream, has become a reality, largely in part to these huge moments that set the New England Patriots on a course for Super Bowl glory.
Tom Brady threw for four touchdowns and Malcolm Butler intercepted Russell Wilson’s pass in the end zone with 20 seconds left, helping the New England Patriots hold on to beat the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 Sunday night for their fourth Super Bowl title.
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The split-screen drama performed by the Patriots has our nation scratching its head and perhaps grabbing other organs at the twin presses provided by Bill Belichick and Tom Brady.
The Patriots made it look easy in advancing to their sixth Super Bowl of the Belichick/Brady era.
For Russell Wilson’s Seattle Seahawks to become the first team in a decade to win consecutive Super Bowls, they’ll have to beat the most recent group to do it, Tom Brady’s New England Patriots.
New England’s offensive line will need to step up its game without its starting center.
The Indianapolis Colts remain healthy heading into Sunday’s AFC Championship game against the New England Patriots in Foxborough. Vontae Davis and Greg Toler expected to play.
After knocking out the Denver Broncos, 24-13, last weekend, the Indianapolis Colts need to focus on key areas to defeat the New England Patriots on Sunday in Foxborough.
New England head coach Bill Belichick warns that Indianapolis is now a much better team than a few weeks ago.
The Ravens 2014 Season can be boiled down to one thing — phenomenal coaching. But that won’t be how this team will be remembered. It’ll be forever tied to the events prior to the season involving Ray Rice.
Andrew Luck will need to break a winless streak against Tom Brady to earn his first Super Bowl appearance.
A resilient New England team did what was necessary to beat Baltimore.
The Ravens won’t return to the AFC Championship game but it wasn’t for lack of trying. The Patriots and Ravens put together one of the most exhilarating playoff games in recent memory.
The Ravens need as many players as possible attacking Tom Brady in the divisional round of the postseason. Baltimore may have got one more to do just that with the return of Timmy Jernigan.