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Tom Brady cannot be stopped.
Regarding this case, all seemed lost. Reporters had surefire evidence that something illegal happened prior to this year’s AFC Championship, and Brady all but incriminated himself after he allegedly destroyed his cell phone. Still, following several weeks of talks in New York City, Brady has prevailed once again.
Judge Richard Berman ruled just a short while ago that Tom Brady’s 4-game suspension will be lifted, overturning the NFL’s initial decision, which was upheld by league commissioner Roger Goodell after Brady appealed the suspension in July.
Sorry, Pittsburgh, Dallas, Jacksonville and Bufallo. The Boy is back.
Tom Brady’s 4- game suspension was upheld by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell last week. After learning that his suspension would be upheld, Brady is suing the NFL in order to have his suspension overturned. Brady has thrown for over 50,000 yards and 392 touchdowns while winning 4 Super Bowl rings. He can be considered the greatest quarterback of the modern era. But his case against the NFL will end in a loss.
Brady is appealing for his role in the team using deflated footballs during the AFC championship game in January. Brady is asking for an injunction that would allow the 2x NFL MVP to be on the field for the Patriots season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers September 4th.
The players association of the NFL (NFLPA), who is suing on Brady’s behalf, believes that his suspension should be completely over turned. According to Sports Illustrated, “The NFLPA says there is no direct evidence in the Ted Wells report linking Brady to deflated footballs and that the discipline was based on a standard to ‘justify such absurd and unprecedented punishment.” This is well and good, but Brady will not be able to win this case.
The NFL has made the first strike in the case by having the lawsuit filed in New York as apposed to Minnesota. This is a key move because of the belief that the judge who would have over seen the case is believed to show favoritism to the players rather then the league.
Personal information that Brady did not want to show the NFL, might be used in the courts to prove that Brady did have information about the air-pressure in the footballs during that game; yet, that will not be the biggest issue that Brady will face.
Lets look at the situation of the injunction from each side. If Brady is able to win and have an injunction placed in order for him to play, he would then have to spend his free time driving back and forth from Boston to New York to deal with the issues that surround this case. That means not being able to spend every min in the playbook, or being with the family, this could affect his play on the field to the point were the Patriots are losing games because of him. On the flip side if the injunction is not place, then Brady would miss more and more games just due to the case.
It is simply a lose lose situation for Brady that has nothing to do with the PSI levels in the footballs.
King Jut (@KingJut92)
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell upholds his 4-game suspension of quarterback Tom Brady after hearing his appeal. It was originally reported by ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith that Brady’s suspension would be upheld.
NFL says Tom Brady directed that his cell phone be destroyed on or shortly before March 6, when Brady met with investigator Ted Wells.
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) July 28, 2015
Brady’s 4 game suspension without pay for cheating steams from the deflated footballs in the AFC Championship game. It is assumed that Brady will take his case to court and sue the NFL.
The Patriots will now have to look at back-up second year quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo to help lead the team in the first few games of the season. Garoppolo has thrown only 27 career passes for 182 yards and a touchdown.
-King Jut (@KingJut92)
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) July 28, 2015
Stephen A. Smith of ESPN’s First Take, reported that the NFL will upheld the 4-game suspension of New England Patriot quarterback Tom Brady. According to Smith, he has a source that tells him that Brady actually smashed his phone, presumably in an effort to destroy evidence should his cellular device be subpoenaed. It’s an interesting allegation, especially considering the consensus is that Tom Brady is ready to sue the NFL if the uheld suspension becomes official.
Smith isn’t normally the one to break a story of this magnitude; however he was able to receive a co-sign from colleague and NFL reporter Adam Schefter.
Stephen A weighs in with what some are bracing for: https://t.co/g6KWeZ2O3Q
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 28, 2015
If Brady’s suspension is upheld, then it will put his team in a hole that they may not be able to recover from.
King Jut (@KingJut92)
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Tom Brady has been suspended by the NFL
The New England Patriots won Superbowl XLIX in February, but their championship run didn’t come without controversy. After their blowout of the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship Game, reports began to surface that the Patriots purposely deflated footballs, presumably to aid their Hall of Fame quarterback, Tom Brady, with his grip of it. Brady ended the game with 226 passing yards and 3 touchdowns, and went on to win the Superbowl 2 weeks later.
Since then, investigations into whether or not the Patriots purposely deflated footballs have not gone in the Patriots’ favor. Surveillance video showed one of the Pats equipment managers disappearing for over 90 unaccounted for seconds, and a recently published report on the in-depth investigation, the Wells Report, stated that Brady was “generally aware” of what was going on, which didn’t sit well with the NFL.
Today, the league released a statement stating pretty clearly Brady’s newly announced fate.
Quarterback Tom Brady will be suspended without pay for the first four games of the 2015 regular season for conduct detrimental to the integrity of the NFL.
Brady will be able to take part in pre-season activities, including games. However, the AFC East has gotten much stronger this off-season, especially the New York Jets who–if Geno Smith turns into the game-manager new head coach Todd Bowles needs him to be–are very viable challengers for the division crown. The Patriots’ bye week comes in week 4, meaning Brady will also have to miss Week 5 to meet the suspension’s requirements, and he will return to action in Week 6 against the Indianapolis Colts.
The Patriots’ first four games? Home against the Steelers, at Buffalo, home for the Jags, at Dallas. Strap up, Jimmy Garoppolo
Although we will never see Michael Jordan play in the NBA again every now and then we’re blessed with small clips of the GOAT doing what he’s known best for, dropping buckets. Over the weekend, a clip of Michael Jordan playing a pickup basketball game with Tom Brady and Keegan Bradley surfaced. MJ is seen knocking down his signature fadeway jumper while talking trash to his opponent. Jordan is clearly heard saying, “Hey man, you don’t have YouTube? You better put on Michael Jordan, for real.” At age 52, Michael Jordan may not be the best basketball player in the world anymore but he still might be one of the best trash talkers.
– Chad Vill (@YungChad)
Tom is such a generous passer on….and off the field
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