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Deflate-gate Investigation Won't Be Complete Before Super Bowl, Patriots Owner H

Patriots Owner Robert Kraft speaks to the media on Monday. Photo by Elsa/Getty Images(NEW YORK) - An attorney hired by the NFL to investigate the Deflate-gate scandal acknowledged on Monday that the investigation would last beyond this Sunday's Super Bowl."We are in the process of conducting a thorough investigation of the issue of the footballs used in the AFC Championship," Ted Wells said, regarding the game between the New England Patriots and the Indianapolis Colts for which the Patriots allegedly provided 12 footballs, of which 11 were under-inflat

Blues G Martin Brodeur Set to Retire on Thursday

Peter Kramer/NBC(LOS ANGELES) — Kim Kardashian is mostly keeping mum when it comes to the reports regarding her step-dad Bruce Jenner's appearance.Jenner has been photographed with longer hair and nail polish, leading to comments on gossip sites that he looks more feminine.Kardashian doesn't seem too willing to share her thoughts on the subject, telling Entertainment Tonight, "I think everyone goes through things in life, and I think that story and what Bruce is going through, I think he'll share whenever the time is right."She notes that Jenner i
NFL Media(NEW YORK) — What will 184 million Americans be doing Sunday, Feb. 1?If you're like most people, you'll be tuned in to Super Bowl 49, according to the National Retail Federation, which polled 6,375 consumers for its annual spending survey.Watching the game between the Super Bowl 48 champs Seattle Seahawks and challenger New England Patriots isn't all what Americans will be doing. The NRF says that each viewer will spend an average of $77.88 on various football-related sundries, be it athletic wear, electronics, food or drink.Whether it ha
christian ammann/iStock/Thinkstock(ST. LOUIS) -- St. Louis Blues goaltender Martin Brodeur is set to announce his retirement from the National Hockey League on Thursday.The 42-year-old Brodeur, who spent the previous 21 seasons with the New Jersey Devils, signed with St. Louis on Dec. 2, 2014. In seven games with the Blues, he went 3-3 with a .287 goals against average.During Brodeur's illustrious career, he won the Vezina Trophy, which is awarded to the NHL's best goaltender, four times (2003, 2004, 2007, 2008), and has finished in the top five in voti
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