Mueller: NFL Did Not See Ray Rice Video Before It Went Public
An independent investigation is supporting the NFL's claim that the league did not see the Ray Rice in-elevator video before it went public. Former FBI Director Robert Mueller released results of a four-month investigation into the NFL's handling of the February domestic violence case invo…
Jury Selection To Begin In Hernandez Trial
Jury selection starts this week in a high-profile case: the murder trial of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez.
Prospective jurors will be summoned to Bristol County Superior Court in Fall River on Friday for the case, which centers on the June 2013 slaying of semiprofessional foot…
Fines Announced In NFL
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has been fined $11,050 by the NFL for an inappropriate gesture while scoring a touchdown against Arizona last Sunday night.
Lynch appeared to grab at his groin as he leaped into the end zone to cap a 79-yard TD run while scoring a touchdown in the fourth q…
Amendola Fills Void For Pats
In Sunday's nail-biting 17-16 win over the New York Jets, the New England Patriots were without one of their most effective and dynamic offensive weapons; Julian Edelman. While Edelman's absence created a big whole in the Pats' offense it was nicely filled by little-used Danny Amendol…
Pats Hold Off Jets, Clinch First Round Bye
The New England Patriots did not play their best game Sunday against the New York Jets, at MetLife Stadium, but they managed to play well enough to sneak away with a 17-16 win and guaranteed first round bye in the playoffs.

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