Comedian Kevin Hart acknowledged he was drunk when he tried to celebrate his team's Super Bowl win with them.
The game broke one record not just for the Super Bowl, but for any NFL game ever.
The team said it will still visit Washington, D.C., and "celebrate equality, diversity, and inclusion."
Tom Brady is appearing on the cover of the video game "Madden 18," showing he's not worried about the infamous "Madden curse."
A judge posthumously threw out Aaron Hernandez's murder conviction because he died during his appeals process.
Massachusetts officials announced Thursday that Hernandez's brain will be released to Boston University's CTE Center for further examination.
The New York Times compared the team's 2017 and 2015 White House visits, but the outlet missed a key detail.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady backed out hours before his team's White House visit, citing "personal family matters."
The former NFL star was serving a life sentence for murder.
Former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez was found not guilty in a double homicide case.
New England's Devin McCourty says he won't visit the White House because of President Trump's "prejudices."
Depending on one’s allegiance, it was unbelievable or unbearable, incredible or incredulous, prodigious or preposterous.