New England Public Radio: After the NFL found the New England Patriots and quarterback Tom Brady dabbling in deflated footballs, a couple of Indianapolis Colts fans took those balls, and ran with them. They’ve started a niche fashion trend that could stay in season all the way to the 2016 Superbowl, or beyond. Listen or read!
From NBC Dallas-Fort Worth: If you’re looking for the perfect accessory to irk Tom Brady and the Patriots when they play the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium in October — look no further. Read More
Wednesday is National Dog Day, so SI.com asked you to send photos of your dogs wearing sports gear. We are pretty psyched to see true-blue Colts fan Banks wearing one of our hats and to have made the Sports Illustrated “best of” cut!
— D.A.Ellis (@EllisD69) August 26, 2015
NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) — When Patriots quarterback Tom Brady enters the Mercedes Benz Superdome this weekend, he probably won’t escape his off season controversy. Read more …..
Instead of letting the cheating antics of Tom Brady roll off your back, a new “DeflateGate” hat was rolled out at The Bills’ preseason game yesterday. The “DeflateGate” hat first debuted earlier in the week, outside the New York City courthouse at the Tom Brady-NFL hearing. Read more at buffalorising.com.
Indianapolis Business Journal: Indianapolis native Mike Lieber is an attorney by day but also is turning out to be quite a marketer. Ten days ago, he launched Illinois-based Airheadzzz LLC, and since that time his line of “DeflateGate” caps and T-shirts has gotten exposure from numerous Indy-area media outlets, as well as the Boston Globe, New York Times, Wall Street Journal and ESPN. Read more at ibj.com
Wall St. Journal: Deflategate—the worst word in the English language—is a controversy without resolution and increasingly without an audience, as the sane among you drift off to your Augusts of beach reading and Trump-watching. More at wsj.com.
Boston Globe: The hearing was scheduled to start at 10:30 a.m. in New York, but media and fans started gathering outside the courthouse as early as 8 a.m. Here is a look at the day through video, photos, and courtroom sketches — more on BostonGlobe.com
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