New England Patriots
Tom Brady participated fully in the New England Patriots first Super Bowl practice of the week after coming down with a cold.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft’s pre-emptive strike the previous night took the issue of air pressure in footballs on Super Bowl media day and, well, deflated it.
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Brandon Browner is telling his New England teammates not to hold back against Seattle’s Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas.
Bill Nye is not buying Bill Belichick’s explanation on why the footballs the New England Patriots used in their AFC Championship win over the Indianapolis Colts were allegedly deflated.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady says he doesn’t expect to talk to NFL investigators about allegedly using deflated footballs in the AFC Championship game until after the Super Bowl.
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.
While Bill Belichick and Tom Brady defended themselves to reporters on air pressure in footballs in separate press conferences Thursday, stadium sponsor Gillette had an ad up behind them: #Flexball.
A Hall of Fame quarterback is pointing the finger at Tom Brady behind the deflated footballs used in the New England Patriots win over the Indianapolis Colts during the AFC Championship game.
Make no mistake: New England fans are pumped, not deflated.