Tom Brady is starting to remind me of George Costanza. And, Alex Rodrguez, too. And, every athlete and politician who has denied heinous accusations in vehement fashion.
“I will not allow my unfair discipline to become a precedent for other NFL players without a fight,” the Patriots star wrote Wednesday morning.
Fans are easy. They forget. Or, more exactly, they don’t want to remember. Great stats and championships are the greatest causes of moral amnesia.
The commissioner pointed to concealed evidence. The team described it as a folly. And the agent added sham to the lexicon of “Deflategate.” Then the players’ union said it would take it all to court.
After discussing the plight of the Giants quarterback, the guys took a call from Samantha. Go ahead and give a listen to hear how that turned out.
The Dynamic Radio Duo found themselves discussing the NFL’s decision to uphold the Pats signal caller’s four-game suspension, and Boomer could be heard sharing his conspiracy theory involving the Ravens.
The league announced the decision Tuesday, with Goodell saying that the New England quarterback told an assistant to destroy Brady’s cellphone on or just before March 6.
The NFL is preparing to send out instructions to game officials and teams explaining new rules for inspecting footballs.
Could the Deflategate saga be coming to a close with a compromise?
No details of Tuesday’s hearing were immediately available. But an unnamed source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter that Brady put forward “an A-plus performance.”
If Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s suspension isn’t overturned, the battle could end up going to court. For now, it’s up to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
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As long as Brady and Manning have been healthy, they have been elite quarterbacks in the league. That era is now over.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell made it official Tuesday: He will hear Tom Brady’s appeal of his four-game suspension.
The union asked Goodell to withdraw from that role because it said he was not impartial and would be called as a witness.