Brady is testifying under oath and one report I saw said he is "putting his freedom on the line". Is there any remote chance this is a legal hearing where he could be accused of perjury? In what sense would he be putting his freedom on the line if not?
It does say that the NFL Players Association and the NFL have agreed the testimony could be used in a arbitration case so is this why?
This did not make sense to me.
Michigan picks up a French Canadian CB commit! Either for 2016 or 2017.
Because of differences in high school requirements between Canada and The United States, St-Juste doesn’t yet know which class he will be in— Brice Marich (@BriceMarich) June 23, 2015
So Harbaugh has that going for him, which is nice.
Carr also thinks that technology has made coaching more difficult and that the P5 will have fewer teams in it going forward.
4:42 minute video featuring Devin, Denard, dodgeball and baseball.
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He had previously been in a diversionary program for under age drinking. There was apparently some interest from Hoke but he was never offered.