NFL

Denver Broncos Owner Pat Bowlen Dies at 75

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Pat Bowlen, the Denver Broncos owner who transformed the team from also-rans into NFL champions and helped the league usher in billion-dollar television deals, died late Thursday night, just under two months before his enshrinement in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He was 75.

Pat Bowlen

Police: Former Bengal Attacked His Wife and Sister with a Golf Club

PAGO PAGO, American Samoa (AP) — Former Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Jonathan Fanene faces charges he used a pipe, golf club and broom handle to assault his wife and his sister over allegations he had an extramarital affair while on a trip to Hawaii, according to court documents filed this week.

Jonathan Fenene

Tom Brady Says He Dislikes ‘Tom Terrific’ Nickname, Filed Trademark to Block Use

In an interesting twist to a truly bizarre story, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady says that he’s seeking the trademark to the nickname “Tom Terrific,” not because he loves it and wants it to only apply to himself. Instead, Brady says he wants it because he dislikes the nickname and wants to ensure that it’s never applied to him again.

Tom Brady

Patriots’ Joe Cardona Promoted to Lieutenant on D-Day Anniversary

D-Day will always be a day when we look to the past, to honor and remember those who sacrificed so much at the outset of the liberation of Europe. However, the 75th anniversary of D-Day turned out to be an extra special day for a current member of our military who also happens to be an NFL football player.

Joe Cardona

Roger Goodell: Four Preseason Games May Not Be ‘Necessary Any More’

BATAVIA, N.Y. (AP) — Four preseason games remain too much for Roger Goodell. The NFL Commissioner on Monday reiterated his stance of wanting to reduce the preseason schedule at a time the league and players’ association have begun preliminary talks on a new collective bargaining agreement.

Roger Goodell

Colin Kaepernick Seems Upset by Bosa, Incognito Signing with 49ers and Raiders

Colin Kaepernick doesn’t say much, publicly. However, he does tweet a lot. And on Tuesday, the former NFL player who protested his way out of the league, used his Twitter account to retweet an angry post about “Progressive Bay Area NFL teams” opening their arms to players who support President Trump and use the n-word.

Colin Kaepernick