Bill Belichick "Absolutely" Intends To Return As Patriots Coach Next SeasonBill Belichick said that he "absolutely" intends to return as Patriots coach next season despite reports of turmoil involving himself, quarterback Tom Brady and owner Robert Kraft.
Patriots Insist There's No Kraft, Belichick, Brady RiftOn the field, the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots are right where they want to be heading into the postseason.
Celebrities Raising Money For Harvey Relief, And How You Can HelpKevin Hart kicked off his campaign with a $25,000 donation and a post calling on fellow celebrities like Jay-Z, Jerry Seinfeld and Justin Timberlake to follow suit.
Bennett Doesn't Fear Backlash For Skipping White House TripPatriots tight end Martellus Bennett says he is not worried about upsetting team owner Robert Kraft by not attending New England's trip to the White House as Super Bowl champions.
Jerry Jones On Brady, Pats & DeflategateCowboys owner Jerry Jones was asked to comment on Deflategate. He initially declined, but ended up endorsing Commissioner Roger Goodell.
Kraft: Patriots Won't Appeal Team's Fine, Draft PenaltiesPatriots owner Robert Kraft will not appeal the $1 million fine and loss of two draft choices the NFL penalized the team for its role in the use of deflated footballs in the AFC championship game.
NFL Talks: Owner, Player Reps Arrive For MeetingsDeadlines are coming up next week to get training camps and the preseason started on time, but the two sides have not been able to reach a deal on a new collective bargaining agreement.
NFLPA, Owners Talking Again After 15-Hour SessionFriday marks the fourth straight day of negotiations. The lockout began March 12, with the central issue being how to split revenues for the $9 billion business.