• Tom Brady has a board of suspects for his missing Super Bowl jersey
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    Tom Brady has a board of suspects for his missing Super Bowl jersey

    It looks like Tom Brady is taking the case of the missing Super Bowl jersey into his own hands. And he has suspects. The New England Patriots quarterback shared on social media a suspect board detailing the crime and a diverse group of suspects who may be involved. The suspects include Lady Gaga, Jaws, Gollum from “The Lord of the Rings” and even his teammate Julian Edelman. Brady is even offering a signed, limited edition of the TB Times to whoever finds his missing jersey. The Super Bowl MVP is known to be a social media prankster with his teammates, fans and family. Brady’s No. 12 jersey disappeared from the locker room in Houston after the Patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl

  • Civil lawsuit against Pouncey twins set for trial on March 6
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    Civil lawsuit against Pouncey twins set for trial on March 6

    At a time when their former Florida teammate is facing a much more serious criminal trial, NFL offensive lineman Maurkice and Mike Pouncey soon will be standing trial in a civil case arising from a 2014 brawl at their birthday party. Per multiple reports, the trial against the twins starts on March 6 in Miami-Dade County. The case brought by Ricquan James and Niya Pickett claims that the Pounceys  and their security team beat the plaintiffs and subjected them to homophobic slurs. Among other things, the lawsuit specifically contends that Steelers center Maurice Pouncey (pictured) punched James in the face and said that James “was ruining his party by acting gay.” At the 2013 edition of their

  • Adventurous offseason for Raiders All-Pro has Jack Del Rio nervous
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    Adventurous offseason for Raiders All-Pro has Jack Del Rio nervous

    Kelechi Osemele is making this NFL offseason an adventurous one — to the consternation of Raiders coach Jack Del Rio. Osemele, an All-Pro left guard, posted two exhilarating experiences this week from his trip to New Zealand. First, Osemele put video on Twitter of him tackling a Class IV rapid. Del Rio saw the video and responded on Twitter, expressing concern for Osemele and traveling teammates Brynden Trawick and Taiwan Jones. Osemele wasn’t done with thrilling times, though. He also went to the Nevis Swing, which claims to be the biggest swing in the world. It stands 160 meters (524.934 feet) above the river, uses a rope 120 meters (393.701) long and has a 300-meter arc (984.252 feet). Osemele