On the Sunday Night Football stage, December 19th, Tom Brady and the Buccaneers were swept for the second consecutive regular season against the Saints — a frustrating shut-out loss that had Brady spiking a poor Microsoft Surface tablet on the sideline.
Now, per Brady on his Let’s Go podcast that aired Monday, the NFL is not going to let the Surface abuse continue. Should the seven-time Super Bowl champion throw the tablet again, he will be fined. “I did get warned from the NFL about that so… I won’t throw another Surface.” Brady said.
The co-host of the podcast, Jim Gray, joked that the whole incident was just good marketing for Microsoft’s tablet — which has been in use by NFL teams since 2014 and last year won a deal to have all 32 NFL teams use them. Gray asked Brady to clarify what exactly the warning from the
The NFL takes to the field on the lovely holiday with a pair of excting matchups, including a key game in the AFC playoff picture, as the Cleveland Browns look to keep their playoff hopes alive when they head to Lambeau Field to take on the Green Bay Packers.
The Browns come into Saturday just days removed from a heartbreaking loss at the hands of the Las Vegas Raiders. Despite missing quarterbacks Baker Mayfield and Case Keenum due to COVID, third-stringer Nick Mullens helped give the Browns a lead late in the game. However, a late drive by the Raiders, capped off by a Daniel Carlson field goal to Cleveland back to 7-7 with a 16-14 defeat.
The Browns are now last in the AFC North, as they are the lone team in
Deshaun Watson has yet to suit up for the Houston Texans this season. The three-time Pro Bowl quarterback finds himself in the midst of a litany of lawsuits involving indecent behavior with massage therapists.
On Saturday, Watson’s agent David Mulugheta expressed confidence in how the NFL star’s legal situation will play out.
“We’re pretty confident how this thing plays out,” Mulugheta said. “I think people around the NFL know who Deshaun is. That’s the reason the market was still as hot as it was. He’s still one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL. He’ll continue to have an all-pro career moving forward.”
Interest around Watson seemed to peak around the NFL’s trade deadline. However, he’s yet to find a new home despite strong interest from the Dolphins and Panthers.
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