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Jason Cole of Bleacher Report joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to cover the top stories in the NFL. Last week was a historic week for the NFL in terms of scandal with the Ray Rice video being leaked followed by the Adrian Peterson child abuse story.
Chad Finn is the sports media columnist for the Globe and writes the irreverent Touching All the Bases blog for Boston.com. A frequent panelist on Globe 10.0 and the Red Sox Podcast, he previously worked at the Concord Monitor in New Hampshire.
Aaron Hernandez, former Patriots tight end and alleged murderer, has filed a motion to suppress statements he made to police while they were searching his home in June 2013 because, he claims, he felt "helpless" to resist them. According to The Boston Globe , Hernandez, who is listed as six-feet, one-inch tall and weighing 245 pounds on NFL.com , felt "helpless" when police asked him questions about the murder of Odin Lloyd: "I felt helpless in the face of the occupation of my house by the police," he said in a newly released court document.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, right, chatted with former teammate Willie McGinest, left, now of the NFL Network before the Patriots faced the Miami Dolphins on Sept. 14. "It's not really my responsibility to speak out about those things, because there are a lot of other people doing the talking."
While a colorful Adrian Peterson image hinted toward the future, Vikings fan Bill Thompson and his wife, Kristin , took a sneak peek at construction work at the new stadium site. Monday, the popular Vikings coach stood in front of a declawed media trying to temper outside expectations.
Some detractors of Roger Goodell wonder why it took the NFL and the Ravens so long to release Ray Rice. Roger Goodell stood in front of the 32 National Football League owners in a hotel ballroom in March - 32 of the richest and most powerful men in the country - and stressed the importance of respect and responsibility.
On the day Ray Rice was due to return to the Ravens after his two-game suspension ended, the NFL officially imposed an indefinite suspension on the currently unemployed running back. After a week of conflicting reports and comments and off-the-record quotes regarding whether Rice lied to the Commissioner, the Commissioner has informed Rice that he essentially lied to the Commissioner.
Some Baltimore Ravens fans - including some women - wore their Ray Rice jerseys to Thursday night's home game against the rival Pittsburgh Steelers. Surprising to many given the nature of Rice's behavior, coupled with an urgent effort to spread awareness about the seriousness of domestic violence.
Eric Wilbur is a Boston.com sports columnist who is still in awe of what Dana Kiecker pulled off that one time in Toronto. He lives in the Boston area with his wife and three children.
Somehow the magazine has decided that public enemy #1 is hapless former Clippers owner Donald Sterling. The magazine has decided that Sterling is even worse than an accused murderer, a child molester, rapists, and domestic abusers.
One the one hand, seeing a guy that size literally knock a physically smaller/weaker person unconscious and then casually drag her across the floor is sickening. But the calls for boycotting the NFL are just mind numbingly stupid.
Obnoxious Boston Fan is long-time sports journalist Bill Speros and offers a fun, unique and biting perspective on the Red Sox, Celtics, Bruins, Patriots and whatever else people are talking about in the world of sports. NFL Enabler In Chief Roger Goodell sort-of faced the heat on Tuesday for the first time since TMZ's Ray Rice "beatdown" tape was released.
Lots of outraged people responded to the release of the brutal Ray Rice video - let's charge him with attempted homicide - by issuing angry tweets. Me, I sold two Pittsburgh Steeler season tickets/seat licenses that have been mine for 25 years and in my family since 1950.
Updated: Wed Sep 17, 2014 12:43 pm
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