BOSTON (CBS) – A Watertown couple was among the 10,000 fans who came out to the first day of New England Patriots training camp on Thursday as they continue to postpone their Honeymoon until quarterback Tom Brady is allowed to take the field for game action.

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Paul and Kellie Goodrow were married on May 9, but have not yet gone on their honeymoon.

As the couple told WBZ in May at the Free Tom Brady rally at Gillette Stadium, they plan to postpone their honeymoon for as long as the suspension stands.

“We want to support Tom Brady,” Paul said on Thursday as he waited to get in the gates for Patriots training camp. “This is what we decided right when the suspension went down. When we got married, we talked about it.”

Paul showed WBZ-TV’s Susie Steimle his elaborate collection of tattoos.

A Patriots fan shows off his Tom Brady tattoo. (WBZ-TV)

A Patriots fan shows off his Tom Brady tattoo. (WBZ-TV)

On his right thigh, Paul has a tattoo of Brady along with another of head coach Bill Belichick.

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In addition, he has the Patriots logo tattooed on his chest.

Kellie, meanwhile, says that she wasn’t always as hardcore of a fan as her husband. But now, she’s on board with the Patriots and ready to wait out Brady’s suspension.

“I married into it,” she said. “I never thought I’d be this much into football.”

After getting married, this Patriots fan decided not to honeymoon until Tom Brady's suspension was overturned. (WBZ-TV)

After getting married, this Patriots fan decided not to honeymoon until Tom Brady’s suspension was overturned. (WBZ-TV)

It’s not clear exactly how long the couple will have to wait for their honeymoon.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell upheld Brady’s 4-game suspension for his role in DeflateGate.

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The NFL Players Association and NFL are heading to court as Brady fights the punishment.