I'd roll a 2016 6 or something, at most.
It is not, strictly speaking, against the rules to be using underinflated footballs.
It is a problem if the Patriots actively tampered with the...
Not quite the same thing; I think that was just telling teams, "Hey, if you were thinking of getting Mallett, now's your last chance." If they...
Well he is a Donkey, and by Donkey I mean ass.
WRONG VENTRONE. :mad:
I guess not an absolute legal right concerning all things, given the fact that the NFL requires injury reports. . . .
The only way that happens is if the Pats have an offer they can't refuse for Garoppolo.
As an aside, a number of analysts have said that a closer model for his game might be Aaron Rodgers (which is not exactly an insult :) ).
Another always-relevant stat:
League leader in players thrown out of the club: GRONK
Minor correction: since the AFL-NFL merger, not the Super Bowl era (which aren't quite the same thing).
Well, the lessons seem to have paid off. :o
Eventually, some fan base may get to know this song very well.
On the one hand, he's not yet a proven repeat violent offender.
And the latter italics in the sentence above is the reason I have a huge problem...
I can't speak for the text messages, but it isn't unreasonable to throw out the other stuff on the grounds that it would unfairly prejudice the...
Given that his apparent lawlessness began when he was in college, they wouldn't win.
Cap relief comes if they can recoup some of the signing bonus they paid; the big question is if he gets convicted of the other murders, because...
Just for the record, in case anyone's wondering, here's how courts define "beyond a reasonable doubt" (stuff in brackets mine).
I wasn't following it extraordinarily closely, but there was some doubt b/c the prosecution couldn't produce the murder weapon, and, given that...
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