There's no crying in football Tom Brady.
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Here's everything you didn't want to know about Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen's relationship.
A guest on a morning radio show in Australia, Tara Reid awkwardly admitted during a really stupid game that she once kissed Tom Brady.
Recapping the top deals by players and teams (all except Dallas).
MAD Magazine put together a list of politically correct NFL team names, including the New Orleans Non-Denominational Do-Gooders. Pay attention, Dan Snyder.
Four teams. Two tickets to the Super Bowl. Who ya got?
At least a dozen championship rings went up for sale today on an auction website, each one likely with a story as sad as some others from previous years.
The New England Patriots have a chance to win the Super Bowl every year, and Sir Charles Barkley thinks area reporters take that success for granted.
Pro football on a Saturday? Pigskin angels, you shouldn't have!
Eric Decker played like a mad man in Kansas City. But the real mad man was eating chicken and stealing seats while taking in the Bills/Falcons game in Toronto.
No team in the NFC North won a game this week, despite two of the teams playing against other.
When you think of beneficiaries of sh*tty NFL rules, Tom Brady (thanks to the Tuck Rule) is the first to pop up.
Every week, the NFL presents a "game of the week" and whether the honorable distinction lives up to its billing is a coin flip.
Never thought Aaron Hernandez would be playing football again, unless it was of The Longest Yard variety, right.
<a href="http://uproxx.files.wordpress.com/2013/08/suit_1377660613.jpg"></a>Words By <a href="https://twitter.com/bansky">Bansky</a> The newest issue of Rolling Stone features just about the last thing Aaron Hernandez's defense attorneys want to see - a nosey journalist taking a deep delve into the former Patriot tight end's personal life.
Edit: We're re-running this today in celebration of the 16th anniversary (to the day) of 'South Park's' first airing.
Yesterday, the judge in <a href="http://kissingsuzykolber.uproxx.com/tag/aaron-hernandez" target="_blank">the Aaron Hernandez trial</a> <a href="http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/07/24/19660333-judge-grants-prosecutors-more-time-in-aaron-hernandez-case?lite" target="_blank">granted the prosecution more time to present evidence</a> to the grand jury for its case that the former New England Patriots tight end at least “orchestrated” the murder of Odin Lloyd, or possibly did it himself.
Yesterday, <a href="http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2013/07/09/doppelganger/IPVoOws8XCMDlB1H631RtI/story.html" target="_blank">the Boston Globe posted a story</a> about Aaron Hernandez that led me to do a little bit of searching to find out when the newspaper started its own Onion-like section.
A friend accused of being involved in Aaron Hernandez's murder case is reportedly <a href="http://bostonherald.com/news_opinion/local_coverage/2013/07/trouble_for_aaron_hernandez_as_pal_flips">now cooperating with police</a> in the of Odin L.
Want to lose faith in humanity? Read these Aaron Hernandez tweets.