Patriots owner once again stands by Tom Brady, blasts league's handling of investigation.
Baltimore Sun Sep 3, 2015
A federal judge on Thursday nullified New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension stemming from "Deflategate." Here's how some reacted.
Times-Picayune Sep 3, 2015
Brady's four-game ban was lifted Thursday morning
Terrance Harris / Times-Picayune Sep 3, 2015
Judge rules that Tom Brady was not given prior notice that deflating footballs would result in a four-game suspension.
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The last preseason game is tonight. And with it we reach 10 games until the Raiders' regular season opener. And with THAT we look at the best to wear the number 10 for the Raiders. Also, for the second day in a row, that player is a kicker. Who wore it best: K Chris Bahr (1980-88) For two of the Raiders' three Super Bowl wins, Bahr was the steady foot. This former second round pick by the Bengals came to the team the season the Raiders won their second ever Super Bowl and remained for nine seasons. The team's 1983 Super Bowl season was Bahr's best as a pro. That season he converted on 77.8%...
U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell went too far in affirming punishment of the Super Bowl winning quarterback.
For the most part, Patriots players and coaches have kept their public enthusiasm over Tom Brady’s four-game suspension being overturned to a minimum.But in a conference call yesterday, while he wasn’t exactly overflowing with emotion, offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels did express some relief about the outcome.McDaniels was quick to point out, however, that the ruling by federal judge Richard Berman didn’t alter preparations for the team’s regular-season opener next Thursday against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Gillette Stadium.