Brady Still Going Strong And Looking For TD Pass No. 400Touchdown No. 1 went to Terry Glenn, when Tom Brady was a recently promoted understudy and the New England Patriots had yet to win their first Super Bowl.
The Latest On NFL Opener: Brady Takes The Field To CheersAs Tom Brady began tossing the ball - presumably properly inflated - to receiver Danny Amendola, the precipitation slowed to a drizzle.
Players Hoping "Deflategate" Can Usher In ChangeTom Brady is free and Ramon Foster can't help but laugh. Sorry, the irony is just a little too delicious.
The Latest: Pats Owner Kraft Says Focus Can Shift To FieldPatriots owner Robert Kraft says his team can finally return its focus from "Deflategate" to the game on the field.
Tom Brady Beats NFL In 'Deflategate' Court Case, Judge Nullifies League's 4-Game SuspensionTom Brady beats NFL in 'Deflategate' court case, judge nullifies league's 4-game suspension.
Patriots Ready For Brady Or No BradyNo matter U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman's ruling, the New England Patriots are prepared to move forward with or without star quarterback Tom Brady.
No Settlement: Goodell, Brady Await 'Deflategate' RulingNFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady attended last-minute settlement talks between the NFL and its players union Monday before a judge announced he would decide the dispute over deflated footballs with a ruling in a day or two.
Goodell, Brady Due In Court For 'Deflategate' Case HearingNFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady are expected back in a New York courtroom Monday after failing to settle the "Deflategate" case.
'Deflategate' Back In Court After Brady-Goodell Talks FailNew England Patriots quarterback Tom 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.
AP Sources: Brady, Goodell Meet But 'Deflategate' UnresolvedTwo people familiar with the "Deflategate" legal case tell The Associated Press that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell participated in unsuccessful settlement talks in New York on Tuesday.
DTM's 3 Things That Would Make Detroit Fans SickEver wonder what it would be like to see your favorite Detroit player suit up for your team's biggest rival? Dan Leach takes a look at what three things would most likely give Motor City fans an ulcer.
Brady Makes Brief Show In Patriots' 22-11 Loss To PackersTom Brady had better hope his legal defense is better than his football defense.