At every checkpoint along the way, this Deflategate farce continued precisely because the NFL has been seeking to diminish the Patriots and Tom Brady.
Apparently the NFL was only willing to reduce its suspension of Tom Brady from four games to three games.
Judge Richard Berman said no settlement was reached Monday in the Deflategate case, but said he would deliver a decision "tomorrow or the day after."
5hJudge Richard Berman said no settlement was reached Monday in the Deflategate case, but said he would deliver a decision "tomorrow or the day after."
6hIt's notable that influential New York Giants owner John Mara is present as Tom Brady and Roger Goodell return to federal court for a settlement conference.
15hJames Develin expressed his gratitude to fans by posting a message on Twitter late Sunday evening.
16hOn Monday Tom Brady and Roger Goodell are scheduled to meet in federal court in New York.
17hAlbert Breer and Ron Borges on the status of the Patriots defense.
19hTom Brady returns to court tomorrow for a third hearing in the Deflategate saga and Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio writes, “there’s no indication that any progress has been made.”
1dThe Patriots footballs weren’t "significantly" underinflated. Apparently, we still have to explain that to Chris Mortensen and the NFL.