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Former UNLV offensive lineman Brett Boyko was drafted in the second round of the CFL Draft by the British Columbia Lions on Tuesday. His former teammate, running back Shaquille Murray-Lawrence, was taken in the third round, also by the Lions.
A New England Patriots fan from Spokane, Wash., has set up a GoFundMe page in hopes to raise enough money to help the team after being fined $1 million by the NFL on Monday for its role in ‘Deflategate’.
Former All-American wide receiver Justin Blackmon has been rebuffed in his attempt to return to playing in the NFL.
New England’s regular-season win total, which opened at 10½ (over minus-130) on May 3, has been adjusted to 10 (under minus-150). The price on the Patriots to win the AFC East dropped from minus-230 to minus-160.
In his quest to continue denying any involvement over the deflation of footballs, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will reach retirement and beyond having never admitted to any wrongdoing. He will always lie about this. Isn’t that why the NFL hammer was swung with such ferocity on Monday?
Former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez, who was convicted last month of murdering an acquaintance in 2013, was charged on Monday with the non-fatal shooting of a man believed to be a witness to another murder of which Hernandez is accused.
The National Football League on Monday fined the New England Patriots $1 million for its role in “Deflategate” and will suspend star quarterback Tom Brady for the first four games of next season.
Former Illinois offensive lineman Simon Cvijanovic has accused head coach Tim Beckman of forcing him to play through injuries and other forms of “abuse and misuse of power.”
Veteran NFL running back Ahmad Bradshaw has pleaded no contest and paid a fine to settle a misdemeanor count of marijuana possession.
Don’t expect any realignment in college sports in the near future. TV contracts now include language that help prevent such movement. That should change in about 10 years, though.
Las Vegas Bowl executive director John Saccenti is showing he’s not afraid to try new things. He has reached agreements with Brigham Young to play in the bowl this year or in 2019 and for the Cougars to play Arizona in a regular-season game at Sam Boyd Stadium in 2021.
Former Seattle Seahawks tight end Jerramy Stevens received a one-month jail sentence on Friday for drunken driving in January in Manhattan Beach, Calif.
The Seattle Seahawks and quarterback Russell Wilson reportedly are “10s of millions” apart in contract negotiations.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady says he is still digesting the Wells Report on Deflategate and kicker Stephen Gostkowski was uncooperative with the investigation.
The Las Vegas Outlaws will be looking to avenge their Arena Football League opening-night loss as they travel to San Jose to take on the undefeated SaberCats on Saturday night.
A one-game suspension for Patriots quarterback Tom Brady makes a significant statement, because it’s the Pittsburgh-New England showcase game to kick off the season, and forcing Brady to miss it would be a big deal. The line on the game is now off the board at most Las Vegas books.
In his first public comments since the NFL released a report on the “Deflategate” scandal, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady told sports reporter Jim Gray on Thursday night that he doesn’t yet “have really any reaction.”
Brigham Young will play Arizona at Sam Boyd Stadium in 2021, and the Cougars will play in place of the Mountain West team in the Las Vegas Bowl either this year or in 2019.
When the “Deflategate” report came out on Wednesday morning, fans immediately took sides on what it all meant. Las Vegas sports books have mostly decided on a more wait-and-see approach.
Marshall running back Stewart Butler faces battery charges after his arrest last month for allegedly beating two homosexual men.
The Mountain West will be aligned next season with the new bowl in Tucscon, Ariz. The league also has been in talks with putting a bowl in Melbourne, Australia.
The Ted Wells report on deflategate concludes the New England Patriots “more probable than not” violated rules and quarterback Tom Brady “was at least generally aware of the inappropriate activities” of the deflated game balls.