An NFL-commissioned report released today on the notorious Deflategate of this year’s AFC Championship says that “it is more probable than not” that Patriots’ personnel did in fact deflate the team’s footballs during the playoff game against the Colts.
The U.S. Department of Defense paid the NFL more than $5 million in taxpayer money between 2011 to 2014 to honor U.S. soldiers and veterans at games, an investigation revealed this week. But instead of purely heartfelt salutes to the…
By PBS NewsHour
An NFL investigation has concluded that the New England Patriots likely deflated footballs used during playoffs before the Super Bowl, violating league rules. Quarterback Tom Brady, who denied knowing how the balls got deflated, was at least “generally aware,” according…
By Stephen Ohlemacher, Associated Press
In a letter to team owners, Commissioner Roger Goodell says the league office and its management council will file tax returns as taxable entities for the 2015 fiscal year. Goodell says the NFL has been tax-exempt since 1942, though all…
By Justin Scuiletti
Do you remember where you were during key moments of Sunday's Super Bowl? If the answer was on Twitter, then you were not alone.
By Nedra Pickler, Associated Press
President Barack Obama on Sunday said the NFL should consider how referees can control game footballs instead of individual teams and he defended his aggressive stance with congressional Republicans during a live interview during NBC's Super Bowl pregame show.
Still feeling a void after the end of Serial? Not really into the big game? Here's a list of podcasts you can listen to in the time it takes to watch Super Bowl XLIX.
From domestic violence to deflated footballs, this NFL season has been rife with scandal, and yet its viewership has remained loyal. Ahead of Sunday’s Super Bowl, Hari Sreenivasan takes stock of the year in pro-football with Kevin Blackistone of ESPN…
By William Brangham
According to an announcement made in Phoenix yesterday, concussions fell 25 percent this season compared to last year,…
By Justin Scuiletti
The National Football League released a statement on Friday regarding their investigation into the New England Patriots' use of 11 underinflated footballs during Sunday's championship game against the Indianapolis Colts.
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