Tag: DeflateGate

25 Ways the NFL Slimed Tom Brady

From the investigator touting as truth the opposite of the testimony of the AFC Championship Game referee on the matter most salient to Deflategate to the league admitting ignorance of the Ideal Gas Law to Roger Goodell hearing the appeal

Tom Brady

Chief Justice’s Dissent Gives Tom Brady Hope on Appeal

Two judges ruled that the “minimum legal standards,” not “perfection,” dictated the NFL’s disciplinary response to Deflategate. A third judge, the chief justice of the 2nd Court of Appeals, labeled Roger Goodell’s process in meting out a four-game suspension to Tom Brady as arbitrary.

Tom Brady

Judges Leaning with NFL to Suspend Tom Brady for Deflategate

The Deflategate controversy resurfaced yesterday when three Judges from the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan fired rigorously on an NFL Players Association attorney, with one claiming that ball tampering by Tom Brady of the New England Patriots “was compelling, if not overwhelming.”

Bill Simmons

Bill Simmons Accuses ESPN of Pimping for NFL

Bill Simmons, the former ESPN commentator let go by the network on May 8 one day after he ripped the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell for concealing the contents of the Wells Report regarding Deflategate, ripped his former employers on his new podcast.

Harry Reid: Redskins ‘Bribed’ Indian Tribes

Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.), who has obsessed over the franchise name of the Washington Redskins for months, claims that team owner Daniel Snyder “bribed” Native Americans to support the Redskins moniker and accused the NFL of ignoring that issue while prioritizing Deflategate.

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The NFL’s Kangaroo Court Won’t Stand in Federal Court

Investigator Ted Wells asserted attorney-client privilege a half dozen times during his testimony during the Deflategate appeal to avoid discussion of matters between him and the National Football League, which he now terms his client. Simultaneously, Wells stressed his complete independence from the entity that readers discovered he represents as an attorney.