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  • Deflategate: Patriots altered balls and Tom Brady knew it, report says

    Deflategate: Patriots altered balls and Tom Brady knew it, report says
    An NFL investigation has concluded that members of the New England Patriots staff "more likely than not" purposefully deflated footballs that were used in the team's AFC Championship win over the Indianapolis Colts in January, according to a 243-page...
  • NFL finds Patriots employees probably deflated balls

    An NFL investigation released Wednesday concluded New England Patriots employees likely deflated footballs used in the AFC Championship and that quarterback Tom Brady was probably "at least generally aware" of the rules violations. The NFL began...
  • Patriots Robert Kraft: 'To Say We're Disappointed Is Understatement'

    Patriots Robert Kraft: 'To Say We're Disappointed Is Understatement'
    In response to the 243-page NFL report on "deflategate" both NFL commisioner Roger Goodell and New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft issued statements: STATEMENT FROM NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS CHAIRMAN AND CEO ROBERT KRAFT: "When I addressed the media at...
  • NFL: 'Likely' Patriots Employees Tampered With Balls; Brady 'Generally Aware'

    NFL: 'Likely' Patriots Employees Tampered With Balls; Brady 'Generally Aware'
    NEW YORK — An NFL investigation released Wednesday concluded New England Patriots employees likely deflated footballs used in the AFC Championship and that quarterback Tom Brady was probably "at least generally aware" of the rules violations....
  • Editorials from around Pennsylvania

    Excerpts of recent editorials of statewide and national interest from Pennsylvania's newspapers: ___ THE POWER OF MARCELLUS: REAL & IMPRESSIVE Impressive as they are, statistics tell only part of the positive economic story of Pennsylvania's...
  • A big cheer for sports without crowds

    A professional baseball game was recently played in an empty stadium, as the home team was concerned about player and spectator safety due to civil unrest taking place just beyond the foul poles. Following the game, reaction from the participants included...
  • Geoff Baker: Nichols, Beadle help shed light on boxing's big issue

    Just more than a week ago, I was at NFL headquarters in New York with some sports editors as commissioner Roger Goodell introduced his executive team members hired or promoted to tackle domestic violence. Their appointments followed last year's Ray...
  • Unlike Aaron Hernandez, Byron Jones Makes Connecticut Proud

    Unlike Aaron Hernandez, Byron Jones Makes Connecticut Proud
    When NFL commissioner Roger Goodell called out his name as the 27th pick in the first round of the NFL draft, four words crossed my mind: Connecticut Kid. America's Team. As Goodell posed there late Thursday night in Chicago with Byron Jones, the two...
  • Fans take center stage on Day 3 of NFL draft in Selection Square

     Fans take center stage on Day 3 of NFL draft in Selection Square
    When Kevin Dunckel of Naperville walked to the Selection Square podium Saturday to announce the Bears' fourth-round pick in the NFL draft, he was armed with some advice from a friend, the kind you'd expect from a fellow Bears fan: "Don't screw it up."...
  • Jones' Versatility, Ability Land Him In Dallas

    In the weeks leading up to the NFL draft, there was discussion about the versatility and athleticism of Byron Jones, from playing cornerback and safety at UConn to his impressive work at the NFL combine in February and the UConn Pro Day in March. In the...
  • Bears GM Ryan Pace counting on the same Kevin White he saw in college

    Bears GM Ryan Pace counting on the same Kevin White he saw in college
    After egging on the crowd Thursday night at the Auditorium Theatre, newly drafted Bears wide receiver Kevin White smacked hands with Roger Goodell before hugging the NFL commissioner tightly for five seconds. White emerged from the embrace wearing a...