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Brady friend says phone change part of routine

A close friend of Tom Brady's said Wednesday he was not at all surprised to read that the New England Patriots quarterback had destroyed his cellphone in March.

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Goodell's 20-page appeal decision

Wonder why Roger Goodell upheld Tom Brady's four-game suspension? The commissioner lays out his reasoning in this 20-page memo.

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Federal judge in Minnesota orders NFLPA's case on Tom Brady appeal be transferred to New York, where the NFL first filed lawsuit.

Golden Tate confident in Lions

Coming off a playoff berth last year, the WR has confidence in Detroit: "This is not a new beginning for us. We're going to continue where we left off and start building from there."

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Alex Carter's life-changing day in 2012

The Lions rookie had his life altered one February day in 2012. It was the day his sister died, as well as the day he met his future wife face-to-face for the first time. He reflects

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Tim Tebow apparently loves leg day

And his technique is odd. Or genius? You decide.

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Scene-setter: A Jets fan group is flying a plane over Patriots practice field that has a banner referring to Patriots as cheaters.

Jim Irsay: Suspension to contention

In the span of a year, the Colts owner went from serving a suspension to seeing his team become a Super Bowl contender. How does he handle the turnaround? "The perspective for me has been staying in the moment." A special season

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Recapping the Tom Brady saga

A lot has gone down in New England over the past two days. And with the Patriots taking the field today for training camp, Mike Reiss recaps what you may have missed -- like Robert Kraft ripping the league. 5 things

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1st practice of #Patriots '15 camp similar to Week 5 Bengals game in '14, with crowd starting up "Brady! Brady!" chants at random times.

Tom Brady lawsuit transferred to NYC

According to the Sports Business Journal, the NFL Players Association's case will be heard in New York, not Minnesota as it had hoped. This is a result of the NFL filing its suit in New York, before the NFLPA did so in Minnesota. Win for NFL?

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Eric Berry: 'This is just a checkpoint'

The Chiefs DB and former Tennessee star on his return to the field less than a year after being diagnosed with lymphoma: "You're not really battling chemo, you're battling yourself the whole time. It's a battle of me vs. me."

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A lifelike NFL QB made of chocolate

What's better than five-time league MVP Peyton Manning? A 30 percent larger-than-life Peyton Manning chocolate statue, naturally. The lengthy process

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Tom Brady jogs onto the field, waves to the fans and the place goes nuts, chanting "Brady, Brady, Brady."