I cover @NFL for @LATimes and @TribuneCompany newspapers. Co-host of Pro Football Slam podcast at profootballslam.com. Sam.Farmer@latimes.com

Seattle's Kam Chancellor plans to bring the gavel down at Super Bowl

baltimoresun.com — The NFL's Commissioner is determined to shut down the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLIX. That's not Roger Goodell, who officially holds the title, but Seattle safety Kam Chancellor, who earned that nickname among the Seahawks for his ability to lay down the law on the field.

Seahawks' Richard Sherman doesn't expect NFL to punish Patriots

baltimoresun.com — The NFL and the New England Patriots would love to take the air out of the biggest controversy heading into Super Bowl week. But Richard Sherman of the Seattle Seahawks wasn't playing along Sunday when asked about the so-called "Deflategate" matter, and whether he expected the Patriots would be punished if found guilty of playing with deflated footballs in the AFC championship game.

Seahawks' Richard Sherman doesn't expect NFL to punish Patriots

courant.com — The NFL and the New England Patriots would love to take the air out of the biggest controversy heading into Super Bowl week. But Richard Sherman of the Seattle Seahawks wasn't playing along Sunday when asked about the so-called "Deflategate" matter, and whether he expected the Patriots would be punished if found guilty of playing with deflated footballs in the AFC championship game.

Seahawks' Richard Sherman doesn't expect NFL to punish Patriots

latimes.com — The NFL and the New England Patriots would love to take the air out of the biggest controversy heading into Super Bowl week. But Richard Sherman of the Seattle Seahawks wasn't playing along Sunday when asked about the so-called "Deflategate" matter, and whether he expected the Patriots would be punished if found guilty of playing with deflated footballs in the AFC championship game.

Seattle's Kam Chancellor plans to bring the gavel down at Super Bowl

latimes.com — The NFL's Commissioner is determined to shut down the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLIX. That's not Roger Goodell, who officially holds the title, but Seattle safety Kam Chancellor, who earned that nickname among the Seahawks for his ability to lay down the law on the field.

In the NFL, sometimes it's motivation by rejection

latimes.com — The Seattle Seahawks had just pulled off a huge comeback in the NFC championship game last Sunday to beat the Green Bay Packers and secure a second consecutive trip to the Super Bowl . Fans at CenturyLink Field roared their approval. A gleeful city was delirious.

NFL announces Deflategate probe, likely will last beyond Super Bowl

latimes.com — In its first public statement about the so-called Deflate g ate situation - the allegations that the New England Patriots played with deflated footballs against Indianapolis in last Sunday’s AFC championship game - the NFL said Friday that it has launched a formal probe and “will fully investigate this matter without compromise or delay.”

Tom Brady denies any knowledge of footballs being deflated

latimes.com — New England quarterback Tom Brady said Thursday he was not aware of anyone deflating footballs before the AFC championship game, nor did he instruct anyone to do so. "I didn't alter the ball in any way," Brady told reporters in a news conference that was moved up a day so he could address the media.

Patriots' Bill Belichick 'shocked' by reports of deflated footballs

latimes.com — New England Patriots Coach Bill Belichick addressed the media Thursday about the so-called Deflategate situation, the accusation the Patriots deflated their footballs in Sunday's AFC championship game against Indianapolis. Belichick glanced at his notes occassionally but mainly spoke off the cuff about the controversy that has consumed much of the NFL-related conversation during the extra off-week before Super Bowl XLIX on Feb.

Patriots, Bill Belichick at the center of 'Deflategate'

orlandosentinel.com — Bill Belichick's news conferences are legendary. The New England Patriots coach is comically unwilling to offer a hint of useful information. His clipped responses come in mumbles and unenthusiastic shrugs, particularly after games. He is as bland and unrevealing as the charcoal hoodie that shrouds him on the sideline.
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Jan 26, 2015

RT @JayGlazer: Breaking news: sources tell @FOXSports the NFL has zeroed in on a locker room attendant w Patriots who ... m.tmi.me/1eXHpm

Jan 24, 2015

In the NFL, sometimes it's motivation by rejection fw.to/0khVe3G

Jan 23, 2015

One coach in the Super Bowl just said this: "This was an excellent week for us. We did it just the way we wanted to."

Jan 23, 2015

RT @bcondotta: As @gbellseattle noted, after practice today Jermaine Kearse got ball back from Sunday giving Super Bowl tickets to fan who caught it.

Jan 23, 2015

Congratulations to longtime pal @TommyKendall11 on his induction to the National Motorsports Hall of Fame.

Jan 23, 2015

Sick already about the NFL's l'Affair du Air? IMO the best take yet on Deflategate by @DonBanks of @theMMQB -- mmqb.si.com/2015/01/23/nfl…

Jan 22, 2015

Sometimes you'll meet somebody famous and in person they're disappointing. Met @prattprattpratt @ Seahawks game -- cool, humble, unaffected.

Jan 22, 2015

Seahawks DE Michael Bennett never minces words: "Some people say the better team lost... but I guess that’s something losers say."

Jan 22, 2015

Next up, the equipment kid is having a press conference to throw that lady who makes the footballs under the bus.

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