Patriots took the field for their first practice on Thursday. Players, and Tom Brady in particular, were met by an energized crowd.
The NFLPA hoped to have Tom Brady's lawsuit heard in the labor-friendly state of Minnesota, but it will be in New York instead.
Robert Kraft’s scorched-earth strike on the NFL will have a far-reaching impact on his legacy and his relationship with other owners.
2dUMass Law School's Dean Michael Coyne joined SNC to discuss the legal action expected by Tom Brady in response to the NFL's decision to uphold his suspension.
2dOf all the outcomes considered, Roger Goodell leaving the punishment at four games mainly because Brady flushed his cell phone qualifies as the most stunning development so far.
2dAccording to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, the league was open to dropping Tom Brady's suspension if he agreed to a few stipulations.
2d"From a perception standpoint it stinks for him. It makes him look really, really bad and it makes him look guilty." - Albert Breer
2dIt's Pedro Martinez day and CSNNE.com Patriots Insider Tom E. Curran wants nothing to do with Tom Brady's suspension news.
2dTom E. Curran believes the Patriots quarterback faces an uphill battle with the new details emerging about his cell phone destruction.
2dThe NFLPA responded strongly to a report that stated the league and Tom Brady's camp were close on a settlement.