|Aug. 29 3:31 PM PT4:31 PM MT5:31 PM CT6:31 PM ET22:31 GMT6:31 AM 北京时间3:31 PM MST5:31 PM EST5:31 PM CT2:31 UAE (+1)18:31 ET21:31 - Brady threw a pair of interceptions in Friday's exhibition win over Carolina but also managed to lead his first touchdown drive of the preseason.
Analysis: Brady went 7 of 13 for 84 yards with an 18-yard scoring toss to tight end Scott Chandler before halftime. He led New England to just three first downs in his first 11 possessions in the preseason, perhaps distracted by his pending legal case against the NFL. It remains unclear if Brady will get his four-game "Deflategate" suspension overturned.
|Aug. 19 11:03 PM PT12:03 AM MT1:03 AM CT2:03 AM ET6:03 GMT2:03 PM 北京时间11:03 PM MST1:03 AM EST1:03 AM CT10:03 UAE2:03 ET5:03 - Brady returns to practice and lawyers for the NFL and its players union face a federal judge Wednesday after settlement talks failed to reach a deal in football's deflation scandal.
Analysis: Brady and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell along with their lawyers faced off for about four hours in New York City on Wednesday in an 11th-hour effort to strike a deal, two sources familiar with the legal case told The Associated Press. The failure to reach agreement means it is more likely that U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman will be left to decide whether the NFL acted properly when it suspended Brady for four games to start the season.
|Aug. 19 8:45 AM PT9:45 AM MT10:45 AM CT11:45 AM ET15:45 GMT11:45 PM 北京时间8:45 AM MST10:45 AM EST10:45 AM CT19:45 UAE11:45 ET14:45 - A federal judge made clear Wednesday that the NFL's four-game suspension of Brady over "Deflategate" is in jeopardy as the star New England quarterback returned to practice.
Analysis: U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman, who's been asked by the NFL Players Association to void the suspension, warned a league lawyer during oral arguments in the scandal over underinflated footballs that there was precedent for judges to toss out penalties issued by arbitrators. Berman continued to push for a settlement in the dispute - a potential result he called "rational and logical." But throughout the hearing, he also cited several weaknesses in the way the NFL
|Aug. 18 9:16 AM PT10:16 AM MT11:16 AM CT12:16 PM ET16:16 GMT12:16 AM 北京时间9:16 AM MST11:16 AM EST11:16 AM CT20:16 UAE12:16 ET15:16 - Brady wasn't on the practice field with the New England Patriots on Tuesday, a day before the settlement hearing between the NFL and the players' union. Both sides are due in court for the hearing Wednesday in New York with U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman. The parties are trying to determine whether NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's four-game suspension of Brady over deflated footballs should stand.
Analysis: The four-time Super Bowl champion participated fully in practice on Monday. Second-year quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and recently signed veteran backup Ryan Lindley handled the snaps on Tuesday.
|Aug. 18 1:37 PM PT2:37 PM MT3:37 PM CT4:37 PM ET20:37 GMT4:37 AM 北京时间1:37 PM MST3:37 PM EST3:37 PM CT0:37 UAE (+1)16:37 ET19:37 - Two people familiar with the "Deflategate" legal case tell The Associated Press that Brady and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell participated in unsuccessful settlement talks in New York on Tuesday. The failure to strike a deal after about four hours of talks means a Wednesday hearing will proceed as scheduled.
Analysis: The people, who spoke on condition of anonymity Tuesday because they were not authorized to speak publicly about the case, say the talks occurred away from the Manhattan federal court handling the case. The location was not disclosed. Lawyers are scheduled to argue Wednesday whether it was fair for the NFL to suspend Brady for four games this season after Goodell concluded he conspired to deflate footballs before a playoff game.
|Aug. 12 10:55 PM PT11:55 PM MT12:55 AM CT1:55 AM ET5:55 GMT1:55 PM 北京时间10:55 PM MST12:55 AM EST12:55 AM CT9:55 UAE1:55 ET4:55 - Brady and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell are set to make their first appearances in Manhattan federal court to seek a solution to "Deflategate." The Wednesday morning hearing scheduled before Judge Richard Berman is the kickoff to what could be a series of court proceedings. Berman has asked both sides including Goodell and Brady to meet with him privately a half hour before the hearing.
Analysis: Brady and Goodell find a federal court judge eager to help them settle last season's controversy over deflated footballs at the AFC championship game in time for the start of a new season next month. Goodell has suspended Brady four games, saying he had to know about the deflation. The NFL players union says Brady did nothing wrong.
|July 28 11:12 AM PT12:12 PM MT1:12 PM CT2:12 PM ET18:12 GMT2:12 AM 北京时间11:12 AM MST1:12 PM EST1:12 PM CT22:12 UAE14:12 ET17:12 - Brady's four-game suspension for his role in using underinflated footballs during the AFC championship game last season has been upheld by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
Analysis: The New England Patriots' star quarterback was suspended by NFL executive Troy Vincent in May following a league-sanctioned investigation by Ted Wells. The Patriots were fined $1 million and docked a pair of draft picks. The team didn't appeal its penalty, but Brady and his lawyers made their case during a 10-hour appeal hearing on June 23.
|July 23 9:52 AM PT10:52 AM MT11:52 AM CT12:52 PM ET16:52 GMT12:52 AM 北京时间9:52 AM MST11:52 AM EST11:52 AM CT20:52 UAE12:52 ET15:52 - The players' union proposed a settlement on Brady's four-game suspension last week that was "met with silence" by the NFL, a person familiar with the proposal told The Associated Press.
Analysis: There is no timetable on when Commissioner Roger Goodell will rule on the New England quarterback's appeal. Several media reports indicated the union's proposal called for Brady paying a large fine, but with no suspension. The Patriots paid a record $1 million fine and were stripped of two draft picks, including a No. 1 selection next year. Team owner Robert Kraft accepted those punishments while stating he believed the Patriots had done nothing wrong.
|June 2 12:46 PM PT1:46 PM MT2:46 PM CT3:46 PM ET19:46 GMT3:46 AM 北京时间12:46 PM MST2:46 PM EST2:46 PM CT23:46 UAE15:46 ET18:46 - Brady and representatives from the players' union are meeting with Commissioner Roger Goodell at NFL headquarters as the New England quarterback appeals his four-game suspension.
Analysis: Brady was suspended by the league for his role in the use of deflated footballs in the AFC championship game win over Indianapolis. He arrived at the NFL's Park Avenue offices Tuesday morning, as did high-powered attorney Jeffrey Kessler, who is leading Brady's defense.
|May 25 3:00 PM PT4:00 PM MT5:00 PM CT6:00 PM ET22:00 GMT6:00 AM 北京时间3:00 PM MST5:00 PM EST5:00 PM CT2:00 UAE (+1)18:00 ET21:00 - Two people familiar with the situation tell The Associated Press that Tom Brady's appeal of his four-game suspension for his role in the deflated footballs scandal won't be heard by Wednesday's 10-day deadline.
Analysis: Both sources spoke on condition of anonymity Monday because no date for the appeal has been set. The collective bargaining agreement calls for it to be heard within 10 days. However, the league and the players' union can agree on delaying the hearing. The two sides don't agree on much else.
|May 11 1:43 PM PT2:43 PM MT3:43 PM CT4:43 PM ET20:43 GMT4:43 AM 北京时间1:43 PM MST3:43 PM EST3:43 PM CT0:43 UAE (+1)16:43 ET19:43 - The NFL suspended Brady for the first four games on Monday for his role in a scheme to deflate footballs used in the AFC title game. The league also fined the Patriots $1 million and took away two draft picks, including next years' first-round choice.
Analysis: The NFL also indefinitely suspended the two equipment staffers who carried out the plan, including one who called himself "The Deflator." The league cited the integrity of the game in handing down the punishment five days after a report said Brady "was at least generally aware" of plans by two Patriots employees to prepare the balls to his liking, below the league-mandated minimum of 12.5 pounds per square inch.
|May 7 5:56 PM PT6:56 PM MT7:56 PM CT8:56 PM ET0:56 GMT8:56 AM 北京时间5:56 PM MST7:56 PM EST7:56 PM CT4:56 UAE (+1)20:56 ET23:56 - Brady said Thursday night the scandal surrounding his use of deflated footballs during the NFL playoffs last season hasn't detracted in any way from his Super Bowl title.
Analysis: Brady declined to discuss his thoughts about the 243-page report that said that he was likely at least aware two team employees were breaking rules by deflating footballs for him. The New England quarterback said he will address things more once things play out and he is more comfortable. Brady is still waiting to see whether the league will discipline him with a fine, suspension or both.
|May 6 9:28 AM PT10:28 AM MT11:28 AM CT12:28 PM ET16:28 GMT12:28 AM 北京时间9:28 AM MST11:28 AM EST11:28 AM CT20:28 UAE12:28 ET15:28 - An NFL investigation has found that New England Patriots employees likely deflated footballs and that Brady was "at least generally aware" of the rules violations.
Analysis: The NFL began the investigation after the Patriots won the AFC Championship game in January, when the Indianapolis Colts complained that several footballs were under inflated.
|Feb. 1 7:30 PM PT8:30 PM MT9:30 PM CT10:30 PM ET3:30 GMT11:30 AM 北京时间8:30 PM MST10:30 PM EST9:30 PM CT7:30 UAE (+1)22:30 ET1:30 - Brady won his record-tying third Super Bowl MVP award and fourth Lombardi Trophy, leading the New England Patriots to a 28-24 comeback victory over the defending champion Seattle Seahawks.
Analysis: Brady completed 37 of 50 passes for 328 yards, with four touchdowns - each to a different receiver - and two interceptions. He has 13 career TD passes in the Super Bowl, topping Joe Montana's mark of 11.
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Butch and Price discuss how Belichick and the Pats manipulate the roster with cuts, injuries, practice squad etc. - it's a complicated subject! They then move on to the improving play of QB Jimmy Garoppolo. Butch and Price start salivating over the thought of regular season football being less than 2 weeks away and discuss some early intriguing matchups.
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Michael joins Ben and Sam to discuss the wild NBA Free Agency period and the upcoming Celtics season.
How long will this rebuild take? How much money will it take to keep Bae Crowder? Are Draft Picks even worth anything? With the Danny Ainge not landing any big names in the draft, and unable to lure any big names in free agency, Sam and Ben discussed if the Celtics are doomed moving forward.
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Joe and Dave talk with Red Sox catcher Blake Swihart, who hit his first career inside the park home run and propelled the Red Sox to a 6-4 win over the New York Mets.
Don Sweeney, who was hired as the Bruins general manager yesterday speaks with Dale and Holley about his new position and where the Bruins go from here.
The awesomely knowledgeable Fluto Shinzawa calls DJ, Naoko and Pete to talk about his thoughts on the future of the B's. He discusses his column from earlier this week on Cam Neely wanting to give Claude the ax earlier in the season but not getting the ok. Fluto shares his thoughts on Chiarelli's firing, the future for Claude and where the Bruins should go from here. He also gives his opinion on potential moves the team can make, who would fit in here, his thoughts on the NHL playoffs so far and more.
In the final hour of the "midseason finale" as DJ likes to call it, the crew discuss more about the future of the Bruins franchise, the possible power struggle in the front office and who should be the head coach going forward. They talk to intelligent and talented Fluto Shinzawa about all of these thing and more in an excellent interview, and finally, DJ says THANK YOU!
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On the brink of the Pats' third preseason game, Christian kicks around some players that we might see suit up tonight in Charlotte.
The guys discuss a number of off-topics that are in the news today, including Sir Charles calling out his former agent, a Texas little league coach gives a pre-game talk for the ages & Jay Gruden is becoming sensitive.
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Chris Villani and Lenny Megs talk with Bob McGovern about the proceedings in the Tom Brady and NFL's deflate gate court case.
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