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  • FSU's Jalen Ramsey projects as a Top 15 pick

    FSU's Jalen Ramsey projects as a Top 15 pick
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ executives like what they saw in Jameis Winston – enough to draft him No. 1 overall, even after the Philadelphia Eagles were ready to trade it all away to move up to the first pick. And after a week of mini-camp, that...
  • Deflategate controversy isn't Crime of the Century

    Deflategate controversy isn't Crime of the Century
    Welcome to our restaurant, The Cantankerous Carnivore. Our chef's special today is Tom Brady. May we suggest he be served deep fried or baked over hot coals? The angry Internet mob is cooking up a storm over Tom Brady and his evil accomplice Bill...
  • Gene Collier: Time to punish Patriots after yet another scandal

    Tom Brady is right; this week's report asserting that he "was at least generally aware" of a plot to deflate footballs for the AFC championship did nothing to tarnish January's Super Bowl victory. Not at all. That shining moment in sports history stands...
  • Lions' Jim Caldwell dodges question about Deflategate

    The NFL released findings last week of its investigation into whether the New England Patriots intentionally deflated footballs before the AFC championship game, and the report indicated similar activity had been going on for some time, with one team...
  • Deflated-ball trick nothing new in games people play

    If you ain't cheatin', you ain't tryin'. The credit for that old saying generally goes to NASCAR legend Richard Petty, though it just as easily could have come from Tom Brady, Gaylord Perry or pretty much any of the millions who have thrown, pitched or...
  • Why do cheaters still win?

    Somebody needs to tell Tom Brady to stop being so smug, especially right about now. Brady, the future Hall of Fame quarterback for the New England Patriots who has found himself squarely in the middle of the NFL's "Deflategate" scandal, was on...
  • Don Shula says his Dolphins 'didn't deflate any balls'

    Don Shula says he's proud of his legacy with the Miami Dolphins because they never deflated balls. The jab at Tom Brady and the New England Patriots regarding their deflategate scandal came at a news conference to unveil plans to celebrate the Dolphins'...
  • Hall of Fame coach Don Shula takes shot at Patriots over Deflategate

    Hall of Fame coach Don Shula takes shot at Patriots over Deflategate
    It's no secret Hall of Fame football coach Don Shula isn't a big fan of New England Patriots Coach Bill Belichick. The former Miami Dolphins coaching great even went as far to describe Belichick with the increasingly tired moniker of "Beli-cheat" during...
  • Jerry Greene: NFL deflates dull offseason with assessment of Tom Brady

    Jerry Greene: NFL deflates dull offseason with assessment of Tom Brady
    "More probable than not . . . " Thank you, NFL. You are truly the gift that keeps on giving. Along with providing meaning to our otherwise empty lives, you have given us the perfect catch-phrase for the 50 shades of grey world in which we live....
  • Shula: No Deflating In Dolphins' Legacy

    DAVIE, Fla. — Don Shula says he's proud of his legacy with the Miami Dolphins because they never deflated balls. The jab at Tom Brady and the New England Patriots regarding their deflategate scandal came at a news conference to unveil plans to...
  • Manning returns to Indy but avoids talking about Patriots

    Manning returns to Indy but avoids talking about Patriots
    INDIANAPOLIS — Peyton Manning tried to take the air out of "Deflategate" on Friday. Even the evasive Broncos quarterback couldn't make the questions disappear. Two days after The Wells Report implicated Tom Brady and two team employees for...