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Party Store Trolls Patriots Fans With DeflateGate Balloon Sign

Ever since a report came out that the New England Patriots were deflating their footballs to gain a competitive advantage, DeflateGate is the story that just won’t go away. Now party stores are even jumping in on the “fun.” I’m guessing that this store is located in either New York, Seattle or Mark Brunell’s home office with a sign that reads: Upon Request We Will Under...
Via The Awesome Boston
2 hours ago  |  Discuss

Mark Brunell explains why he got choked up over Tom Brady’s Deflategate presser

One of the more bizarre events to emerge out of the New England Patriots’ “Deflategate” scandal last week didn’t even involve any of alleged involved actors in the exceedingly overwrought and intensely covered drama. Instead, it was related to the reaction of a person who was supposed to provide reasoned, impartial and objective analysis of...Read More The post Mark Brunell...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Mark Brunell explains why he got emotional over Deflategate

DeflateGate brought out the emotional side of Mark Brunell. In an “NFL Live” segment that immediately followed Tom Brady’s press conference on Thursday, the ESPN analyst reacted strongly toward the New England Patriots quarterback’s explanation. Brady denied any wrongdoing in the case of the deflated footballs, leading Brunell to essentially call him a liar. The 17-year...
Via NESN.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Skins QB Mark Brunell nearly cried as he called Tom Brady a liar

Mark Brunell, former Washington Redskins and New York Jets quarterback, believes Tom Brady is a liar. And he's pretty choked up about that.[World of Isaac]Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return home for Top sports news.
Via Bob's Blitz
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Former NFL QB Mark Brunell Gets Emotional Talking About Deflate-Gate

Former NFL quarterback Mark Brunell is probably wishing he never agreed to go on the air to talk about the controversy surrounding the New England Patriots and the deflated balls they used during the AFC Championship game last week.Like many people, Brunell does not believe Tom Brady knew nothing about the condition of the balls prior to using them in the game.Read more »
Via FatManWriting
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Mark Brunell got weirdly emotional over Tom Brady’s press conference

#DeflateGate is reaching peak controversy status as it led major national newscasts tonight.  The biggest developments today were the Bill Belichick and Tom Brady press conferences where both pulled their best Sgt. Schultz act and claimed to know nothing.  Brady’s claim was particularly noteworthy given he’s the quarterback and it’s his job to handle those balls with care...
Via Awful Announcing
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Mark Brunell gets emotional, does not believe Tom Brady (Video)

Former NFL quarterback and current ESPN analyst Mark Brunell did not believe what Tom Brady had to say about Deflategate on Thursday. In fact, Brunell was so unconvinced that he appeared on the verge of tears while discussing the remarks shortly after Brady’s press conference ended. “I just didn’t believe what Tom Brady had to...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Mark Brunell Almost Cried After Watching Tom Brady’s Press Conference

Well, at this point, we’ve heard from both New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady regarding “Deflategate”, and it’s safe to say that neither is going to take responsibility for the team’s footballs being under-inflated during the AFC Championship Game. But one NFL analyst is taking the way the organization handled the scandal a bit harder...
Via College Spun
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Jags QB Mark Brunell wants stricter NFL testing for marijuana

Not everyone is one board with the possiblity of the NFL becoming less stringent about players using marijuana. Even as some players and coaches say commissioner Roger Goodell needs to take a look at changing up the league's rules regarding testing for marijuana or to allow for the use of it medicinally, at least one former player isn't so keen on the idea. Former NFL quarterback...
Via Fox Sports Florida
February 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Mark Brunell to be honored by Jags in pregame ceremony

The Jacksonville Jaguars will induct former quarterback Mark Brunell into the Pride of the Jaguars before their home game Sunday against the Buffalo Bills. The ceremony is part of the team's annual alumni weekend. More than 40 former Jaguars players are expected to be on hand when Brunell joins former offensive tackle Tony Boselli (2006), former owners Wayne and Delores Weaver ...
Via Fox Sports Florida
December 12, 2013  |  Discuss
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