The Wells-Goodell coverup of the NFL’s own Deflategate misconduct prove the shadiest dealings happened not in Foxboro, but on Park Avenue.
According to multiple reports, the NFL has rejected the NFLPA's motion to have commissioner Roger Goodell recuse himself from hearing Tom Brady's Deflategate appeal.
NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith, not surprisingly, came out and skewered the Wells Report and its findings on ESPN's Outside the Lines.
4yWhen breaking even feels worse than losing.
4yThe NFL Network's Albert Breer joins the podcast to discuss Brady's happiness, McCourty's potential and Brett Favre's iPhone camera roll
4yThe Pats' quarterback has multiple targets to throw to, and 'the guys that are gonna get open are going to get the ball.'
4yThe Jets' inexplicable clock management at the end of Monday night's game is another example of why Rex Ryan's crew won't be hoisting any Lombardis in February.
4yThe Patriots finally reached the same conclusion that Felger has had for years concerning Randy Moss, and he couldn't be happier. If things work out the way he thinks, the island could be a crowded place.
4yEveryone -- well, except the secondary -- can be proud of their grades for Monday's massacre in Miami . . . and the trade of Randy Moss is an A-plus move in Felger's book.
4yThe Pats take a page out of their glorious history in putting together a decisive victory down in Miami.