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.
5dRobert Kraft wasn't going to go rogue and take the NFL into court, and he wouldn't have won even if he had. So his surrender today makes all kind of sense.
5dRobert Kraft took a big headache away from the NFL by saying the Patriots won't fight their Deflategate penalties. Will the league reciprocate by reducing Tom Brady's suspension?
5dSo how about it, Patriots fans? Do you think Robert Kraft did the right thing? Let us know on our CSNNE poll!
5dMatt Light on NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell: ‘You’re either a leader or you’re not’
5dThe transcript of Robert Kraft's statement in which he announced the Patriots will not appeal the NFL's punishment for Deflategate.
5dMatt Light strongly supports Tom Brady, just as most former and current Patriots have.
5dWhile he 'may disagree with what's been decided,' Robert Kraft says the Patriots will end Deflategate by accepting the NFL's penalties.