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  • Tom Brady's Lying Say A Number Of NFL Peers Past, Present

    Tom Brady's Lying Say A Number Of NFL Peers Past, Present
    Plenty of Tom Brady's peers – both current and former – aren't exactly buying what the New England Patriots' quarterback had to say during his Thursday press conference in which he denied any knowledge of what happened to 11 of 12 footballs...
  • Packers' Matthews fined $22,050 for blindside hit on Wilson

    GREEN BAY, Wis. Packers linebacker Clay Matthews was fined $22,050 by the NFL for his blindside hit on Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson during a Ha Ha Clinton-Dix interception return, ESPN reported. On the play, Matthews was flagged 15 yards after...
  • Marla Ridenour: Browns' endless dysfunction ensnares coach Mike Pettine

    BEREA, Ohio Browns coach Mike Pettine's most Twitter-worthy comment during his introduction of offensive coordinator John DeFilippo on Thursday was also amazingly unjaded. "It seems to be that time of the year where people want to look at us and talk...
  • Sideline Chatter: Was the deal signed over breakfast?

    It's a match made in Madison Avenue heaven: LPGA player Brooke Pancake just signed on to endorse Waffle House. So what's next, Paula Creamer stumping for Starbucks? Headlines At SportsPickle.com: "Patriots banned from Super Bowl after NFL...
  • New England Patriots might go unscathed — and that's deflating

    New England Patriots might go unscathed — and that's deflating
    Bill Belichick played the rumpled dunce, wrinkled sweatshirt, rolled-up sleeves, the world's most detailed football coach shrugging and sighing and professing to have no idea about footballs. "I had no knowledge of the various steps involved in the game...
  • New Bears offensive coordinator means new concerns

    New Bears offensive coordinator means new concerns
    The best thing about Adam Gase is that it was John Fox who chose him to be offensive coordinator. Chose him again, I should say. As Broncos coach, Fox promoted Gase to offensive coordinator two seasons ago after Mike McCoy was hired as Chargers head...
  • Great moments in throwing players under the bus

    Great moments in throwing players under the bus
    New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick denied having any knowledge about how much his team's footballs were inflated (or deflated) during Sunday's AFC title game, but he did dangle another carrot for reporters -- right in front of his quarterback,...
  • Tom Brady says he doesn't know how footballs became underinflated

    Tom Brady says he doesn't know how footballs became underinflated
    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The two men most responsible for delivering wins for the New England Patriots both said Thursday they have no explanation for how footballs used to reach the Super Bowl were underinflated by 2 pounds per square inch. Patriots...
  • Hyde5: Here's why Brady, Belichick don't sound believable

    1. Bill Belichick isn’t believable when he says he, “has no explanation” for how the AFC Championship Game footballs were under-inflated. Think of it: He's CEO of a company. An ugly story swirls about the company's internal workings...
  • What they're saying about Marc Trestman's hire as Ravens offensive coordinator

    What they're saying about Marc Trestman's hire as Ravens offensive coordinator
    Now that the dust has settled around Marc Trestman, the man the Ravens hired as their fourth offensive coordinator in four years, it seems opinions are starting to form around the hire. Here's a brief roundup of what they're saying about Trestman, the...
  • What trick will Belichick pull from his hoodie sleeve next?

    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick has long been a fan of trick plays. Some of them are even legal. But he won't be alone in next week's Super Bowl: Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll also went deep in his playbook to...