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.
8mDan Connolly, newly-elected captain, on the offensive line struggles in Week 1 in Miami
8m"If you're telling me that Roger Goodell was worried about what the NFLPA would do then shame on him." - Gary Tanguay
8m"Maybe I'm naive, I do believe Roger Goodell when he says he did not see that video." - Andy Gresh
8mThe Associate Press cites a law enforcement source’s voice mail to report the NFL had possession of the Ray Rice video
8mIf what the law-enforcement source says is true, Roger Goodell and the NFL may have dug themselves a hole from which there's no escape.
8mJordan Devey knows there are improvements he needs to make for Week 2, and he's confident he can make them.
8mA law enforcement official says he sent the video of Ray Rice punching his then-fiancee to an NFL executive three months ago.