Quarterback Spergon Wynn III played two seasons in the NFL before a stint in the Canadian Football League.
Ahead of this weekend's playoff games, longtime Patriots' fans are foregoing their allegiance because of President Donald Trump.
Umenyiora won two Super Bowls with the New York Giants.
Don't blame the election, or the Cubs. The league's biggest problem is boring its fans to death.
Trump won a stunning victory in the electoral college last week.
Did Tom Brady and his supermodel wife, Gisele Bündchen, cancel out each other's votes?
Brady declined to respond to a query about the Republican presidential nominee's comments.
It looks like the New England Patriots quarterback will have to sit out the first four games of the season.
They're rich. They're famous. And they're all in for Donald Trump. Why?
Here's a concise head-to-head matchup of the two future NFL Hall of Famers, in matters football and otherwise.
The Patriots quarterback says he doesn't "even know what the issues are" and that he "hasn't paid attention to politics in a long time."
"There would be a putting green on the White House lawn," the football star said.
And NFL reporters are not much better than average fans.
The Super Bowl/Deflategate quarterback and the GOP frontrunner, both stars of the summer's news cycles, are also apparently friends.
The quarterback won't, however, accept a suspension that admits to the accusatory findings by investigator Tom Wells.
In court, the judge pressed the NFL's lawyer for direct evidence linking Brady to deflating footballs.
The quarterback is appealing the four-game suspension he received for his involvement in the deflation of footballs.
Since the "Ballghazi" story first broke, Tom Brady has stood pat in his denial of any involvement in deflating footballs.
The most significant development will be random football pressure-checking at halftime and postgame.
His jersey was the best-selling veteran player uniform.
And back in March, the two superstars played basketball together.
Brady was suspended for four games for his role in Deflategate.
Deflategate earned the Patriots a $1 million fine and lost them two draft picks.
The attorney said Jim McNally is a big fellow and wanted to lose weight.