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.
1wJeff Christensen explains why he thinks Jimmy Garoppolo has what it takes to fill in for Tom Brady if needed.
1wTom E. Curran explains how the appeal process could drag out long enough for Tom Brady to be playing on opening night.
1wFor the Indianapolis Colts, speaking about this year's big offseason scandal has become an increasingly delicate balancing act.
1wMike Giardi explains how it would look if Robert Kraft fought the League’s sanctions from ‘Deflategate’
1wSteve Buckley gives his take on whether the Patriots going to court could backfire on them.
1wThe NFL's broadcasting and digital arms have decided to make the best of the Deflategate scandal, featuring wall-to-wall coverage of the punishment and fallout for the Patriots.
1wGary Tanguay and the Arbella Early Edition crew debate whether the Patriots are justified in their attacks of the Wells Report.