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Brady issues statement on Facebook after having suspension lifted

    Tom Brady issued a statement on his Facebook page Friday that serve as his first public comments since having his four-game suspension overturned Thursday. The statement was pretty nice and to the point:   The regular season starts tomorrow morning and I cant wait to fully commit my energy and emotion to focus on the… Posted by Tom Brady on Friday, September...
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NFL owners to discuss changing Goodell's disciplinary role

The Deflategate fallout could signal a change in Roger Goodell’s workload. The Washington Post reported Friday that NFL owners will discuss potential changes in the NFL commissioner’s disciplinary role. This comes one day after Federal District Judge Richard Berman ruled against Goodell and the NFL by lifting New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension...
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Bill Belichick on having Tom Brady back: ‘He never left’

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick was at his patently contrite best when asked Friday about how it felt to have Tom Brady back in the fold as the team begins in earnest to prepare for Week 1 of the 2015 NFL regular season. In a distinctly Belichickian manner, the coach acted as if things haven’t changed one bit since Brady’s four-game suspension was nullified...
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Patriots keep Tom Brady excitement close to vest

FOXBORO, Mass. — Thursday was a joyous day for New England Patriots fans, as quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension was lifted making him available for the season opener next week. Surely, you’d think Patriots players and coaches also would be giddy to see their leader returning to action, right? If the players in that Patriots locker room are excited, however, they...
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Judge Berman offered free coffee for life

Life is good when you’re U.S. District Court Judge Richard Berman, at least when you’re in the New England area. Berman ruled in favor of Tom Brady on Thursday and vacated his four-game suspension. As such, he’s a pretty popular guy in the Northeast. One particular Dunkin Donuts in Maine even offered him free coffee for LIFE! Judge Berman gets free coffee for life #FreedBrady...
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Boston hard cider company prints ‘Brady wins’ on cans

    New England Patriots fans felt like they won their second Super Bowl in six months on Thursday when a federal court judge announced that he has vacated Tom Brady’s four-game suspension. A hard cider company based in Boston wasted no time celebrating. As you can see, Downeast Cider House printed “Brady wins” along with the expiration date on the bottom of its hard...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Brady nearly unbeatable against Pats' first four opponents

New England Patriots fans were thrilled Thursday to learn that Tom Brady’s four-game suspension had been nullified in federal court. You know who wasn’t particularly enthused by the news? Fans of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Buffalo Bills, Jacksonville Jaguars and Dallas Cowboys — the Patriots’ first four regular-season opponents. Brady now is eligible to play in all four of...
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Deflategate judge offered free coffee for life in Maine

    U.S. District Court Judge Richard Berman is the man who set Tom Brady free on Thursday by vacating Brady’s four-game suspension, and at least one donut shop in New England wants to thank Berman for his service. If Berman is ever in the great state of Maine at any point in the future, he is free to stop by Dunkin Donuts for as many free coffees as he can drink. Judge...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Pats celebrate on social media after Brady’s suspension lifted

    The New England Patriots are so excited, and they just can’t hide it. Almost immediately after a judge ruled on Thursday to overturn Tom Brady’s four-game suspension, the Patriots did some not-so-subtle boasting on social media. All they had to do was share the photo you see above on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. — New England Patriots...
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Ruling is in: Tom Brady's four-game suspension nullified

The verdict is in, and Tom Brady has emerged a winner. U.S. District Court Judge Richard Berman ruled to nullify the New England Patriots quarterback’s four-game suspension Thursday, making Brady eligible for the team’s season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sept. 10. Here's the line from Berman vacating the Tom Brady's #DeflateGate suspension.
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