Tom Brady freaking out for Under Armour is so two months ago.
His latest commercial, for Unreal: "delicious new candy with no artificial stuff," is his best yet. And not because he gets fake-arrested for offering some to a kid. Yes, he's in a van while doing so.
See for yourself.
Mike Felger and Marc Bertrand discuss the praise that Jacoby Brissett has gotten, but debate whether the New England Patriots have focused on character more than skill.
Chris Gasper doesn't believe Jacoby Brissett is the future starting quarterback of the New England Patriots.
Tom Brady’s legal team, including recent hire former US Solictor General Ted Olson, have been granted the extension they were seeking for the deadline to file for a rehearing in the Deflategate case.
Despite the NFL’s opposition - lawyers for the league requested Monday that the motion be denied - the court ruled Tuesday in favor of the NFLPA and Brady. They now have until May 23 to file the request for a rehearing or rehearing en banc with the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, which last week reinstated his four-game Deflategate suspension.
Once Team Brady makes the request, the court still has to agree to take up the case again. And while many legal experts speculate the odds of that happening are low, this case has continued to confound observers as it has played out.