A New York Times Sports editor declared himself "an idiot" for tweeting a photo comparison that suggested the crowd for the New England Patriots' White House celebration was smaller than the one two years ago.
The New England Patriots and President Trump fired back after The New York Times tweeted photo comparison that suggested a smaller turnout for their Super Bowl celebration at the White House than the one two years ago with former President Barack Obama.
Press Secretary Sean Spicer announced moments ago that the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots will visit the White House on April 19.
Two former NFL players joined "Fox & Friends Weekend" to discuss their take on the six New England Patriots players who have announced they would not be attending the traditional visit for Super Bowl champions to the White House.
There are now six New England Patriots players who will not visit the White House in an apparent protest to President Donald Trump.
A TMZ report says Tom Brady's Super Bowl jersey, which was allegedly stolen after the game, may in fact be on board the Patriots equipment truck scheduled to arrive Thursday in Boston.
Liberals having trouble accepting the results of the Super Bowl have tweeted with the hashtag #NotMySuperBowlChamps.
After winning the Super Bowl Sunday, Tom Brady told Patriots owner Robert Kraft that someone took his game jersey out of his bag.
Two rival NASCAR drivers established a Super Bowl bet for a good cause, Heather Nauert reported.
New England Patriots owner joined "Fox & Friends" Friday to discuss his long friendship with President Donald Trump.
New England Patriots tight end Martellus Bennett said he would likely skip the traditional White House visit for Super Bowl champions if his team wins Sunday's game.