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."
1wContrary to what Scott Zolak reported, ESPN's Adam Schefter says Tom Brady is willing to accept a suspension for failure to cooperate.
1wTom E. Curran and Phil Perry answer rapid-fire New England Patriots questions including how the team should handle QB playing time and more.
1wKay Adams gives you her best players on the New England Patriots for your fantasy football league.
1wTom E. Curran brings you his slant where he explains why there is still one big hole in the NFLPA argument in the Tom Brady-Deflategate case.
1w"What if the offer from the NFL is zero games, but accept the Wells Report." - Michael Felger
1wChris Gasper and Kirk Minihane debate who should have the biggest issue with Roger Goodell.
1w"This is affecting the one thing he's always cared about the most, which is his reputation and legacy in the NFL.." - Chris Gasper