It is now up to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to decide the fate of Brady’s existing four-game suspension. It is reported that much of the time was used to dissect the Wells Report and that over 40 people were present at the quarterback’s hearing.
According to Jeffrey Kessler, outside council for the union, Brady stayed until the end of the hearing. Kessler released this statement upon conclusion of the hearing:
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Brady attorney Jeff Kessler: “I don't know what the timetable is (for a ruling), but we feel like we made a very compelling case in there.”