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A day after Roger Goodell said the PSI tests were merely "spot checks" serving as a deterrent to prevent teams manipulating the air pressure in game balls, Dean Blandino told the media that the league is, in fact, "evaluating" the PSI data.
In an interview with Mike Florio, Marshall Faulk stated that the only time he thinks about the his SB loss, is when people mention what the Patriots did. He added that he still would love to see the tapes but he knows that isn't possible.
1964 for gambling, there weren’t commercials joking about it during the title game that year. And if there were any Ray Rice parody ads running during Super Bowl XLIX last year, I must have been grabbing more queso dip because I missed it
concept known as “conformation bias,” which basically means finding out exactly what you want to find out. Such as Ray Rice didn’t do much wrong. Tom Brady is guilty and needs to be punished. The Jets tampered with Darrelle Revis but it
won’t quibble.) But without a doubt, this line was the money shot: “We know Goodell has lied. He lied in the Ray Rice case. He lied in this case. He has lied in the Peterson case. How many times do you need to know that this guy is a flaming
An over-the-top official baiter. An unabashed liar who has claimed repeatedly his organization knew nothing about Ray Rice ‘s elevator violence and didn’t start Deflategate by colluding with the Colts. And he’s a world-class excuse-making
misinformation, and making moves to protect the NFL? ... ESPN has oddly handled the controversial stories in the NFL, with the Ray Rice story being one. But it’s the Deflategate matter that has really called into question whether ESPN has been carrying
Deion Sanders said the Patriots should have gone after Ray Rice . (Getty Images) Here’s a look at what some of the national ..... may shock you, but I’m telling you ... A guy like Ray Rice , I know all the baggage and the luggage that he came with
Ray Rice is not giving up on returning to the NFL. As the second season of his banishment from the NFL wraps up, Rice still has hopes on returning
Ray Rice Ray Rice is not giving up on returning to the NFL. As the second season of his banishment from the NFL wraps up, Rice still has hopes on returning to the NFL. “I do want to play football again and I’ m not ready to give up,” Rice
College hockey: Michigan at Boston University, 6 p.m. (NESN) AROUND THE WEB: — Former Ravens running back Ray Rice , suspended by the league last year after video surfaced of him punching out his then-fiancee in a hotel elevator, shared
drugs during his career and has been arrested nine times since he retired. Taylor showed sympathy for Ravens running back Ray Rice after his suspension for punching out his then-fiancee, and now he’s voicing support for Hardy — who added to his resume Sunday