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Pro Bowl 2015 Score Ignites Team Irvin vs Team Carter Before Super Bowl

Posted: January 25th, 2015 in Football, Super Bowl by LALATE

 Pro Bowl 2015 Score Ignites Team Irvin vs Team Carter Before Super Bowl

LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – The Pro Bowl 2015 (live score results below) gets underway in their NFL Sunday showdown within minutes. The battle of Team Irvin vs Team Carter kicks off tonight January 25, 2015. But what channel is the Pro Bowl game on tonight 1/25, when is the Super Bowl, and what is the start time on the Super Bowl? Tonight, the Pro Bowl heads to the same stadium as the Super Bowl, the University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Arizona. And while the Pro Bowl is tonight at 8 pm EST, the Super Bowl will be next Sunday, February 1, 6:30 PM EST on NBC.

The Pro Bowl 2015 game tonight heads to ESPN. Making tonight’s Pro Bowl lineup is Tony Romo. This season he delivered thirty-four touchdown passes, nine interceptions, and 3705 yards passing. Also making the lineup tonight is Andrew Luck. He produced forty touchdown passes, sixteen interceptions. But he also delivered 4761 years passing this season.

Expect lots of game and technical changes tonight. First there are no kickoffs tonight. Second, there are no instant replay booths. Rather there are tablets. And coming to the Pro Bowl are not just football players but also cheerleaders. NFL.com reminds news today that “Oh, and did you know that each team with cheerleaders sends their own Pro Bowler? It’s true”. For lineup, click HERE, for live score results click HERE, and for live tweeting click HERE.

Pro Bowl 2015 Football Game: Channel, Start Time Reveal Line Up Today

Posted: January 25th, 2015 in Football, Super Bowl by LALATE

Pro Bowl 2015 Football Game: Channel, Start Time Prompts Line Up Today

ST LOUIS (LALATE) – The Pro Bowl 2015 Football Game (live score results below) is today January 25, 2015. But what is the start time on the Pro Bowl, what TV channel is the Pro Bowl on, what time is the Pro Bowl on, and what is the current 2014-15 Pro Bowl lineup? This season the NFL glossed up the Pro Bowl with a lot more bells a whistles than previous years. Along with the newly stylized “Pro Bowl Draft”, the NFL today will implement a new instant replay system: using tablets.

Today’s Pro Bowl 2015 Football Game today does not head to Hawaii or a different stadium than the Super Bowl. Rather the Pro Bowl 2015 will, like Super Bowl 2015, be played at U of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, AZ. The game however will air on the ESPN TV Channel. Start time on the game is 8 pm EST.

And what is the Pro Bowl 2015 lineup? The game is being stylized today as Team Irvin vs Team Carter. For Team Irvin, the Pro Bowl 2015 lineup features first string Tony Romo starting at quarterback with DeMarco Murray at RB. Matt Stafford is his second string quarterback aided by Mark Ingram. Irvin’s third string QB in Sunday’s lineup is Matt Ryan with CJ Anderson at RB. The Pro Bowl 2015 lineup for Team Carter will be, at first string, Andrew Luck at QB with Jamaal Charles at RB. Drew Brees is second string with Justin Forsett. And Andy Dalton with Alfred Morris are third string today.

Meantime get ready for an usual change to the instant replay. NFL.com tells news today “The NFL will use Sunday’s Pro Bowl as a testing ground for speeding up instant replay.” Troy Vincent, the league’s football operations chief, for the first time ever says that tablets will be used to review video replays in dispute. For lineup, click HERE, for live score results click HERE, and for live tweeting click HERE.


Brad Johnson Paid $7500 To Tamper with NFL Super Bowl Balls

Posted: January 21st, 2015 in Football by LALATE

Brad Johnson Paid $7500 To Tamper with NFL Super Bowl Balls

ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Brad Johnson paid $7500 to persons to tamper with NFL Super Bowl balls, he admits to news this morning. Brad Johnson says he paid (but does not use the word “bribe”) to have all 100 NFL balls before Super Bowl XXXVII altered. The instruction was to scuff up the balls before the start of the game. Johnson says that he believed he would not have won the Super Bowl with brand new game balls.

Brad Johnson tells news today that they did violate the NFL rules. He rounded up the 100 NFL Super Bowl game balls before the start of Super Bowl XXXVII, and had them scuffed up by other people. And he says that, if he had not, he would have the hte game. He tells the TampaBay.com today that he altered the NFL game balls because fresh balls would have lost him the game. “I paid some guys off to get the balls right,” Johnson told the paper. So who got the balls? Johnson says he obtained possession of them. “I went and got all 100 footballs, and they took care of all of them.” And the other persons scuffed them up. “They took care of them.”

But Johnson claims that Raiders quarterback Rick Gannon purportedly knew it was occurring and consented to it. “There was no wrongdoing on my part, nothing malicious, I didn’t do anything wrong.” Johnson asserts that he was helping the game. “I was trying to help the game for everybody. I never got to touch the balls before the game, only just before kickoff, which was always the case no matter what game it was. We were doing one of those milk mustache commercials and we were talking about the balls and we were both concerned about it. We were both worried about it.”

Deflategate: D’Qwell Jackson Claimed Deflated Ball, Ryan Grigson Upset

Posted: January 20th, 2015 in Colts, DeflateGate, Football, Patriots by LALATE

Deflategate: D'Qwell Jackson Claimed Deflated Ball, Ryan Grigson Upset

ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Deflategate 2015 details are being updated this morning. D’Qwell Jackson felt a purported deflated ball after his 2nd quarter interception Sunday, and Colts general manager Ryan Grigson quickly reported the alleged ball, claims a new ESPN report. ESPN citing Newsday claims today that D’Qwell Jackson caught a second quarter interception and immediately thought the ball was deflated. He then purportedly handed the ball to a Colts’ equipment staffer who then reported it to coach Chuck Pagano. Within moments, Grigson was aware of the situation and was purportedly not happy, claims ESPN.

Deflategate then was triggered when Grigson contacted NFL director of football operations Mike Kensil, ESPN further claims. At halftime, Kensil purportedly spoke to NFL officials about the matter. On Monday, the Colts and the Patriots gave far differing answers about the situation. Bill Belichick simply said he had no idea. He told ESPN “Any questions on that, you should talk to them about.” Pagano in turn would not answer whether the Colts reported the mater to Kensil or not. He told ESPN “Every coach in the league gets an opportunity to visit with the officials about that kind of stuff before the game.”

The first news of the allegations surfaced in a local Indianapolis paper on Sunday. On Monday, when asked about the allegations by a radio announcer, Tom Brady laughed and said he had never heard of it. Within hours, the NFL confirmed they were investigation the issue.

The latest update to the NFL story has no further details what happened with game balls after halftime. But at halftime, the Colts were only down by a mere ten points. In the second half, the Colts failed to score a single point but the Colts went on to allow 28 more points to be scored after the alleged deflated ball issue was raised at halftime.

DeflateGate: NFL Investigation of Patriots Alleged Ball Deflating Confirmed

Posted: January 19th, 2015 in DeflateGate, Football, Patriots, Playoff, Super Bowl by LALATE

DeflateGate: NFL Investigation of Patriots Alleged Ball Tampering Confirmed

LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – “DeflateGate” is under investigation. The NFL investigation of Patriots alleged ball deflating was confirmed by NFL League officials moments ago. The news of DeflateGate surfaced on Sunday. On Monday Tom Brady was asked about DeflateGate and said he had not heard of it and called it ridiculous. But now the NFL investigation is confirmed underway. At issue is whether the Patriots allegedly deflated the game ball on Sunday to make it easier to grip when playing against the Colts.

DeflateGate was confirmed moments ago by NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy. McCarthy tells news that the league is investigating allegations that the Patriots allegedly deflated footballs to win over the Colts in the NFL Playoff game on January 18, 2015. McCarthy would not confirm any other details But he told AP just before 9 am PST that the investigating is underway.

Bob Kravitz, for the Indianapolis’ WTHR.com, broke DeflateGate on Sunday. Kravitz said he had a longstanding NFL source that had a perfect track record. Kravitz claims the that NFL source confirmed the NFL was set to investigate, or would investigate, the allegations. Kravitz said that “I thought it was outlandish, but this particular source has never steered me wrong before.” Kravitz had no details where the first allegations even stemmed from. But it appears that Kravitz first heard of the allegations from the NFL source.

The source was neither named nor confirmed part of the investigation. But when asked about the situation today on the radio, Tom Brady was shocked. He laughed. And he called the allegations ridiculous.

It remains unclear how and when the alleged deflating occurred, and how any such alleged deflating helped one team but not another. But the allegations are “the possibility that the Patriots deflated the footballs,” wrote Kravitz. AP notes the NFL rules provide “it is the responsibility of the home team to furnish playable balls at all times.”

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