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Saturday, May 30, 2015


NFLPA plans to call Roger Goodell as witness in Tom Brady appeal

The NFL Players Association on Friday released the full text of Tom Brady’s appeal letter, and it aims to have Roger Goodell removed as the arbitrator in the case. The NFL announced on Thursday night that Goodell himself will be the one hearing the appeal of Brady’s four game suspension, which most would agree is…Read More

Roger Goodell to preside over Tom Brady appeal

The odds of Tom Brady winning the appeal of his 4-game suspension for Deflategate just got a lot longer. Bleacher Report NFL reporter Mike Freeman reported (yes, that’s three times I said report or reporter in six words) Thursday that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will preside over Brady’s appeal. The NFL later confirmed that move….Read More

Adam Schefter: Source predicts Tom Brady suspension will be overturned

There is a growing sense of belief that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady could have a legitimate chance of getting his four-game suspension thrown out completely. During an appearance on “The Herd with Colin Cowherd” on Wednesday, ESPN’s Adam Schefter said a source described Brady’s legal team as “unreal” and said his prediction is…Read More

Could Tom Brady’s suspension be overturned completely?

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is going to appeal the suspension that he is facing for his alleged role in the Deflategate scandal. Most people believe his four-game ban will be reduced to two or three games, but is there a chance that Brady winds up missing no time at all? While (allegedly) deflating…Read More

Tom Brady suspended four games; Patriots lose 1st-round pick, fined

The NFL on Monday handed out punishments to the Patriots for allegedly breaking the rules by deflating footballs, and they are fairly harsh. Tom Brady was suspended four games. The Patriots are losing their first-round draft pick in 2016 and fourth-round pick in 2017. They are also being fined $1 million. The fine is meaningless,…Read More

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