Mike Pettine on Tom Brady: I lose a lot of respect for guys who cheat | ProFootballTalk
Count Browns coach Mike Pettine as one who thinks the Deflategate report tarnishes the image of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. Asked about Brady today, Pettine said that it's hard not to lose respect for Brady after the Ted Wells report concluded that Brady was probably involved in having the Pa...
Yee continues to spread misinformation about #DeflateGate | ProFootballTalk
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady hasn't said anything substantial about the Ted Wells report. The man who represents him has said plenty. And plenty of it is misleading and incorrect.
Jon Stewart Takes On Ballghazi: "Tommy ... You Cheating Fucker"
On The Daily Show last night, Jon Stewart spent a segment gleefully breaking down Ballghazi. It was pretty fun.
2015 Cincinnati Bengals undrafted free agents - NFL Nation - ESPN
The Cincinnati Bengals signed 11 undrafted free agents after last Saturday's draft. Here's a closer look at each player:
CINCINNATI: Quarterback Terrelle Pryor trying to catch on with Bengals | Cincinnati Bengals | Kentucky.com
Terrelle Pryor is trying to extend his NFL career with the Cincinnati Bengals, who have a blurry situation at backup quarterback. Pryor is attending the Bengals' rookie minicamp this weekend on a tryout basis. Andy Dalton is the fifth-year starter, but the backup situation is unsettled. AJ McCarron missed all of his rookie season with a sore passing shoulder. The Bengals also have Josh Johnson.
Terrelle Pryor trying out for Cincinnati Bengals - NFL.com
The Bengals announced Friday that the former Raiders quarterback and Ohio State star was one of eight tryout players invited to Cincinnati's weekend minicamp. Pryor was released by the Chiefs on Tuesday less than four months after signing with Kansas City. In 16 previous appearances with the Raiders, Pryor connected on just 56.3 percent of his throws to go with nine touchdowns and 12 interceptions. After flaming out in Oakland, Pryor also downed a cup of coffee with the Seahawks.