The punishment from Roger Goodell was bad … but the after-effects of the “scandal” might be much, much worse.
ESPN Boston’s Mike Reiss said it’s the league throwing out Tom Brady’s four-game DeflateGate suspension is the equivalent of a “Hail Mary.”
To Broncos receiver Emmanuel Sanders, the situation is simple: The Patriots cheated, and they are unworthy to be Super Bowl champions.
To no surprise, the NFL was not as impressed with Tom Brady’s testimony on Tuesday.
How Tom Brady delivered his message to the NFL is not nearly important as what message he delivered, says Tony Mazz.
“Brady’s sworn testimony was sort of a challenge, saying, ‘Take us to court. We already have this. What do you have? Are you going to share your emails and your texts with Ted Wells?'”
“You’re treating him as a repeat offender. The team is a repeat offender; he’s not a repeat offender. And I think that’s the shame of all of this.”
Tom Brady’s appeal hearing is over, so what can we expect from Roger Goodell?
Tom Brady’s appeal hearing is over. Now, the world waits on Roger Goodell’s ruling.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is meeting face to face with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, hoping to get his four-game suspension from the DeflateGate controversy thrown out.