A new book that has been released, which documents the always confrontational Deflategate saga, claims that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady turned down a chance to get out of his suspension.
Normally, Day 2 of New England Patriots training camp isn't much for making news. But all that changed on Friday when a reporter asked head coach Bill Belichick if there was any chance Jimmy Garappolo could supplant incumbent starting quarterback Tom Brady, should the third-year backup play well in his four games under center filling in for the suspended Brady...
Tom Brady's legal team got themselves a small victory today, in their fight against the NFL and the 4-game suspension reimposed on the quarterback by the second circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals last week.
As New England Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady's legal team prepares to continue their fight against the 4-game suspension recently reinstated by the second circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals, it has added another member with serious credentials.
As the reports have come in that the second circuit of the U.S. Appeals Court has decided to uphold the 4-game suspension handed down to New England Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady for his alleged role in the Deflategate saga, there are some initial reactions to be made.
It's a sad day for Patriot Nation as the U.S. Appeals Court has reportedly announced that they have ruled in favor of the NFL in the league's appeal to uphold the 4-game suspension levied against Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady, as a result of his role in the Deflategate saga.