Brady Suspended First Four Games Of Season

The Tom Brady Deflategate saga continues. This time the NFL won this round.

A U.S. appeals court has overturned a pervious ruling that the NFL CAN issue a four game suspension to New England Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady for his involvement in Deflategate.

With this news, Brady will miss the first four games of the upcoming season. Which means a celebration in South Florida, the Miami Dolphins who's second game of the year will not feature the four time Super Bowl champion quarterback and will be a highlighted game this year. 

The Miami Dolphins are scheduled to play two tough opponents on the road in their first two games (this is by their choice, due to stadium construction.) They play the Seattle Seahawks in week one, and then travel to play the Brady-less New England Patriots in week 2.

In this continuing story, the NFL states that Tom Brady was more probable than not to have ordered the Patriots' equipment staff to deflate the footballs below the minimum 12.5 psi. Brady has always stated that he did no such thing.

I am sure this will not be the last time we hear about Deflategate, But I am very happy about this turn of events.


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