8:04 PM EDT, Wed July 29, 2015
Tampa Bay Times 7 hours ago
Tom Brady vows to fight on; Patriots owner says he regrets not doing so

Tom Brady vows to fight on; Patriots owner says he regrets not doing so

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady vowed on Wednesday to fight his four-game "Deflategate" suspension, and team owner Robert Kraft opened training camp by saying he continues to "believe and unequivocally support" the three-time Super Bowl MVP.
Baltimore Sun 2 hours ago

Terrell Suggs doesn't add fuel to fire when asked about Tom Brady's Deflategate suspension

In a departure from his usual habit of directing barbs at New England Patriots star quarterback Tom Brady, Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs took the high road Wednesday when asked about the embattled former NFL Most Valuable Player.
Newark Star-Ledger 6 hours ago

WFAN's Boomer Esiason, Joe Benigno have screaming match about Tom Brady suspension (AUDIO)

The two radio hosts battled about Brady on Wednesday morning.
Plain Dealer 13 hours ago

Tom Brady suspension upheld by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell

Brady, who turns 38 on Aug. 3, will miss the first four games this season unless the case goes to court.
Baltimore Sun 11 hours ago

What they're saying about Tom Brady's 'Deflategate' suspension

The Blitz rounds up what columnists around the country are writing about NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's decision to uphold New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension for his involvement in "Deflategate."
Pats Pulpit 2 hours ago

Blount, Branch and Hauptmann Placed on Non-Football Injury List; Develin Signs ERFA Tender

The Patriots made a few moves on the eve of training camp. Tomorrow, the New England Patriots will kick off their training camp. Today, veteran players reported and had their physical examinations. As a result of the tests, three players were placed on the Non-Football Injury (NFI) list, according to the NFL transaction wire (and reported first by Shalise Manza Young): via NFL transaction wire, #Patriots placed RB LeGarrette Blount, DL Alan Branch & OL Caylinn Hauptmann on reserve/non-football injury today— shalise manza young (@shalisemyoung) July 29, 2015 The trio joins a group of nine...

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Boston Herald 3 hours ago
Guregian: Now Robert Kraft must back up his tough talk

Guregian: Now Robert Kraft must back up his tough talk

FOXBORO - Robert Kraft’s on-again, off-again war with Roger Goodell and the NFL is back on.The Patriots owner went rogue big-time Wednesday, which certainly provided great theater for those of us on hand at Gillette Stadium. It was reminiscent of his surprise pre-Super Bowl smackdown of the league after arriving in Arizona on the heels of Deflategate.There was no mincing words. Kraft believes he got screwed when he put his reputation on the line with New England fans by standing down and choosing not to fight the league’s unprecedented punishment of his team.
Newsday 5 hours ago

Darrelle Revis has Patriots Super Bowl ring but wants to show off a Jets ring

Darrelle Revis said he won't be flashing his blinged-out Patriots Super Bowl ring around 1 Jets Drive.
Boston Herald 5 hours ago
Drama surround Patriots again on eve of training camp

Drama surround Patriots again on eve of training camp

FOXBORO -- The Patriots are set to open the 2015 season the same way they closed the previous campaign, as Super Bowl champions who are livid they remain embroiled in a controversy they continue to believe is incomprehensible.

It Is What It Is Cast: Mike Petraglia, Chris Price explain Robert Kraft defense, counterattack on NFL

FOXBORO — WEEI.com’s Mike Petraglia and Chris Price explain why Patriots owner Robert Kraft came out on the offensive Wednesday and hit back at the NFL for upholding Tom Brady‘s four-game suspension.
Chicago Tribune 8 hours ago

Patriots owner: 'I was wrong to put my faith in the league'

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady vowed to fight his four-game suspension on Wednesday, and team owner Robert Kraft opened training camp by saying he continues to "believe and unequivocally support" the three-time Super Bowl MVP.

Patriots owner: 'I was wrong to put my faith in the league'

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady vowed to fight his four-game suspension on Wednesday, and team owner Robert Kraft opened training camp by saying he continues to "believe and unequivocally support" the three-time Super Bowl MVP.
Boston Herald 18 hours ago
Tom Brady makes federal case

Tom Brady makes federal case

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and everybody in between in this Deflategate saga decided yesterday it was time to rip off the kid gloves and wage an all-out assault.
Boston Herald 19 hours ago
Patriots roster breakdown: Safety

Patriots roster breakdown: Safety

The Herald is breaking down two Patriots positional groups per day leading up to the start of training camp. Today, the spotlight shines on cornerbacks and safeties, along with each player’s projected standing on the depth chart:Safeties on roster (7):Patrick Chung, 
Nate Ebner,
Duron Harmon, 
Brandon King, 
Devin McCourty, 
Jordan Richards, 
Tavon WilsonRoster locks:
Boston Herald 19 hours ago

Ten questions for Patriots training camp

The Patriots’ Super Bowl defense begins tomorrow when the full team hits the field for the first time during training camp, and there’s no doubt they’re talented enough to contend to go back-to-back. But the difference between contention and achievement will come down to a number of key areas with varying degrees of importance. Here are 10 questions they’ll begin to answer in the coming month:1. Who’s under center?
Boston Herald 19 hours ago
Destroying device looks bad for Tom Brady

Destroying device looks bad for Tom Brady

Tom Brady admitted to destroying the cellphone that contained text messages sent and received during the time frame most relevant to Deflategate.Wow, that’s a sucker punch Patriots fans didn’t see coming. On the surface, that new piece of information, which was part of NFL commisioner Roger Goodell’s decision to uphold Brady’s four-game suspension, is so damaging, so disappointing with regard to the Super Bowl MVP.

The NFL's top offenses: Why NE is still No. 1

The NFLs top offenses: Why NE is still No. 1

Dale and Holley: Michael McCann on Brady's Legal Options

Law Professor Michael McCann calls in to talk about how Tom Brady can fight the NFL in court.

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