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National Football League has upheld a four-game suspension of New England Patriots star quarterback Tom Brady for his role in the football tampering scandal known as "Deflategate," the league announced in a news release Tuesday.
Commissioner Roger Goodell, in affirming the suspension he handed down in May, said new information about the destruction of Brady's cell phone showed the four-time Super Bowl champion "sought to hide evidence of his own participation in the underlying scheme to alter the footballs." CNN
This episode of Next Fan Up is dedicated to the NFL's decision to maintain Brady's suspension at 4 games. Patrick, the Patriot Superfan, defends his team's honor against the Ravens' Superfan (Rex), the new Dolphins' Superfan (Ron), and the Eagles' Superfan (Sitko).
Podvader calls with his son in on their ride home from Fenway to rant into the void - not to be missed.
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Matt Chatham has strong opinions about the NFL and for good reason - he is a three time superbowl winning linebacker from the New England Patriots - yep those same Patriots who are facing four games without star quarterback Tom Brady.
Matt holds no punches in this interview - which was scheduled before the news about NFL Commishioner Rodger Goodell upholding the suspension. Now once again the NFL players, staffs, and fans enter training camps with off-field drama.
This is an episode you don't want to miss.
Matt is also the founder of FootballbyFootball.com a site with dives head first into the world of football from the men who played at professional levels. He also happens to have a podcast on BlogTalkRadio.com by the same name.
Barry has conceived, directed, and coordinated the technical production of world tours for such artists as: Usher, Mariah Carey, Rihanna, Miguel, John Fogerty, Ciara, and the cat Dolls. He has also served as a creative and technical director for TV performances with Trey Songz, Justin Bieber, P Diddy, Usher, Rihanna, and Blake Shelton on the Grammys, American Music Awards, the VMA's, Billboard Awards, BET Awards, and CMA's. In addition Barry has lent his talents to the top reality competition series: So You Think You Can Dance, X Factor, Britain's Got Talent, and Dancing With The Stars. Barry worked with John Legend, Robin Thicke, Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Nettles on the series Duets producing multiple staged performances. He also directed the arena tour Nuclear Cowboyz, featuring high flying freestyle motocross riders, stilt walkers, fire, and parkour performers in an elaborate spectacle show for Feld Entertainment. The Superbowl Halftime Show, the Academy Awards, theme park and cruise ship shows are also among Barry's prestigious credits in dealing with global large-scale productions.
Barry directs the vital elements of production from concept to stage, lighting, and screen content design, along with wardrobe, music and special effects.
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Tonight we will be discussing the Superbowl, Bruce Jenner & his alleged transition, Black History month, Bobbi Kristina Brown,Sports Illustrated, and more.
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Every conscious Black man and woman who watched SuperBowl 49 saw that whites circled the wagons to ensure the victory for the New England Patriots. More specifically, the Seahawks' administration chose to risk losing the game rather than allowing the "heart and soul" of the team, "Marshawn Lynch," to become the hero of the game and the "Most Valuable Player (MVP)". The last thing they can afford today is a modern-day John Carlos or Tommy Smith.
whites will go to whatever lengths they feel are necessary to maintain the system of white supremacy.
Listen to this program and give your opinion.
Mind of Mansion Depth Perspective Episode 139: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion explains why coaches do not possess playcalling black magic.
Lamenting the fickle king making role that we have entrusted to the sport media. Mike Martz and Brian Billick ran successful offenses for many years and won Superbowls, and they are now punchlines.
Derek Loville is evidence of Marc Trestman's deference to running back targets.
Lucas Oil Stadium must have been built on sacred football ground.
Coaches have some of the power, but none of the control.
While we genuflect before Chip Kelly, he is not a false prophet.
Football is also held captive by a widely held positive reinforcement vs. negative reinforcement fallacy.
Russell Wilson and Malcolm Butler decided the Superbowl, not Pete Carroll and Bill Belichick.
Siding with P. Diddy over Sal Alosi.
Tom Brady and Peyton Manning deserve to be the boss of their coaches like Roger Federer.
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