Mark Wahlberg Compares DeflateGate to Violent Hate Crime
As you probably know, the Entourage movie hit theaters this week, and as an executive bro-ducer and bro-spiration for the main character, Mark Wahlberg has been making the press rounds to bro-mote the film.
Of course, there are some major differences between Wahlberg and Adrian Grenier's character, such as the fact that Vincent Chase is from New York, not Boston, and he never violently assaulted a Vietnamese immigrant in a racially-charged hate crime.
Woman's Obituary Claims Tom Brady is Innocent
A Massachusetts woman has used her own obituary to stand up for Tom Brady.
According to Patricia M. Shone of Auburn, Massachusetts, Tom Brady is innocent of any involvement in the now-infamous “Deflategate.”
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Reaction is pouring in from across Hollywood and across the sports landscape when it comes to Tom Brady's four-game suspension.
The reigning Super Bowl MVP was slapped with a very harsh penalty by the NFL today for "conduct detrimental to the league" after officials determined Brady likely played some role in the DeflateGate scandal in January.
Tom Brady: Suspended By NFL For 4 Games!
Last week, the long-awaited results of Ted Wells' investigation into the so-called "DeflateGate" scandal were finally made public.
Wells' report indicated that the Patriots were most likely guilty of deflating game balls in direct violation of NFL rules.
New England Patriots: GUILTY in DeflateGate?!
If you're a football fan, you likely remember the scandal known as "DeflateGate," in which the New England Patriots were accused of using intentionally deflated footballs in their AFC Championship game against the Indianapolis Colts.
Pats-haters groused, Tom Brady talked about balls in a way that made us all giggle, but ultimately, nothing came of it, and the Patriots went on to defeat the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX.