The Patriots quarterback’s appeal hearing kicks off Tuesday.
Ted Wells will reportedly be present at Tom Brady’s appeal hearing in New York.
From what he’s hearing, Ben Volin of the Globe says it is “incredibly unrealistic” for the four-game suspension to get wiped away.
As the clock ticks toward that fateful meeting on Park Avenue, here’s a brief refresher course on what’s at stake.
There’s a lot on Tony Mazz’s mind today, from the sinking Red Sox to some struggling golfers.
While most of the national media might not quite be up to speed on the anti-Goodell train, the Washington Post’s Sally Jenkins just might be the conductor.
“Brady wants the entire suspension removed, and he wants to be exonerated. He feels he has done nothing wrong.”
The AEI report completely dismisses the data used in the Wells report, which led to the unprecedented punishment handed down to the Patriots and Tom Brady.
In a letter intended to bolster his own integrity, Roger Goodell referenced a case when he was ruled to have been a liar.
Roger Goodell is taking his ball and going home, and there is nothing you can do to stop him.