|1.||Browns | Will interview Kevin O'Connell
||(KFFL) Free-agent quarterbacks coach Kevin O'Connell (Jets) will interview with the Cleveland Browns Wednesday, Jan. 28, for their vacant quarterbacks coach position.||less than a minute|
|2.||Patriots | Tom Brady said he feels perfect
||(KFFL) New England Patriots QB Tom Brady has publicly stated he'd like to play well into his 40s and feels perfect after playing his 15th season, but his father Tom Brady Sr. believes it won't end well with the Patriots. The younger Brady is under contract through 2017, although he'll turn 40 years old prior to that season. Brady has publicly said he plans on playing until he's 43 or 44. The 37-year-old quarterback is scheduled to make $12 million in 2015, $8 million in 2016 and $9 million in 2017. His father thinks his son... (More)||12 hours|
|3.||Tom Brady A Bit Under The Weather Heading Into Super Bowl
||(FFChamps) The Boston Herald is reporting that Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has been dealing with a cold the past few days. Analysis: Brady hasn't missed practice and isn't going to miss the Super Bowl, but now he has to deal with illness, correctly pressurized footballs and the Seahawks tough defense.||1 day|
|4.||Patriots | Tom Brady clutch late in postseason
||(KFFL) New England Patriots QB Tom Brady has led eight playoff game-winning drives in the fourth quarter or overtime in his career, more than any other player.||1 day|
|5.||Tom Brady has a cold
||(Rotoworld) Tom Brady has dealt with a cold for the last few days but never missed practice. Analysis: Tommy has a case of the sniffles and will also have to use a fully inflated football against the Seahawks Sunday. We're not sure how he'll survive these dual obstacles.||2 days|
|6.||Patriots | Tom Brady improved out of pocket
||(KFFL) New England Patriots QB Tom Brady completed 12 of his 24 pass attempts on scramble plays outside of the pocket this year for 198 yards and two scores. Last year, he was 0-of-4 on similar plays.||3 days|
|7.||Patriots | Tom Brady probable for Super Bowl
||(KFFL) New England Patriots QB Tom Brady (ankle) practiced in full for the third straight day Friday, Jan. 23, and is probable for the Super Bowl against the Seattle Seahawks.||4 days|
|8.||NFL issues Friday statement on 'DeflateG...
||(Rotoworld) The NFL issued a statement Friday on "DeflateGate," saying it's been determined that footballs used by the Patriots in the second half of Sunday's AFC Championship Game were properly inflated, but footballs used by the Patriots in the first half were "under-inflated." Analysis: The investigation is being led by Ted Wells and Jeff Pash. Wells and Pash have interviewed 40 people, and their investigation remains "ongoing" with no timetable for a resolution. Per the initial statement, "The goals of the investigation will be to determine the explanation for why footballs used in the game were not ... (More)||4 days|
|9.||Patriots | Tom Brady a full participant
||(KFFL) New England Patriots QB Tom Brady (ankle) participated fully in practice Thursday, Jan. 22.||5 days|
|10.||Pats deny knowledge of deflated footballs
||(FFToday) New England Patriots QB Tom Brady said he was "as surprised as anybody," echoing HC Bill Belichick, to learn of DeflateGate, the controversy over whether the team used underinflated footballs to advance to Super Bowl XLIX, on Monday morning and told a packed media room that "I didn't alter the ball in any way."
Brady made no prepared remarks, preferring to take questions for about 30 minutes instead in the late-afternoon press conference; Brady claimed to have no idea how or why the footballs failed to measure up to the 12.5-13.5 pounds per square inch specified in the r... (More)||5 days|
|11.||Brady: 'I have no knowledge of wrongdoin...
||(Rotoworld) Tom Brady denied any wrongdoing stemming from allegations of football deflation by the Patriots at his Thursday press conference. Analysis: "I have no knowledge of wrongdoing," said a shaken Brady, who conceded he's disappointed the ball-deflation allegations have taken away from New England's on-field success. Brady said he saw 24 footballs before Sunday's AFC title game, and all of them "felt perfect." Brady's presser comes one day after Patriots coach Bill Belichick flatly denied altering footballs in the playoffs. The NFL's investigation remains ongoing.||5 days|
|12.||Patriots | Tom Brady could come under fire
||(KFFL) New England Patriots QB Tom Brady is now scheduled to speak to the media Thursday, Jan. 22, and he could come under fire due to the report of deflated footballs in the AFC Championship game. Head coach Bill Belichick denied any involvement in the issue, and Brady will likely have to answer questions on the situation.||5 days|
|13.||Ravens tipped off Colts about deflated b...
||(Rotoworld) FOX Sports' Jay Glazer reports the Ravens tipped off the Colts about the Patriots' alleged practice of deflating footballs. Analysis: The NFL reportedly planned to test the Patriots' footballs at halftime, entering the AFC Championship game. There is still debate about whether a team would truly benefit from deflated footballs among players and NFL types. Either way, it's clear opponents have noticed a difference in the air inflating balls the Patriots have played with. The NFL's investigation is "ongoing."||6 days|