Man wishes Tom Brady happy birthday with banner over Goodell's home
The banner battles continue across the NFL, this time over the home of commissioner Roger Goodell's home. It all started with a group of New York Jets fans flying a banner over the New England Patriots' practice field, saying "Cheaters look up."
Patriots fans responded with a banner of their own, and now Goodell's gotten into the action -- just not by choice. A Maine man is flying banners over Goodell's home, sending messages to the commissioner regarding Brady's case. The first told him to "Jet back to New York," while the second is slightly less demanding.
This banner simply wished Brady a happy birthday from the state of Maine and Goodell.
Plane w/ "Happy B-Day T-Brady from Maine & Roger G" banner has landed in Biddeford after flying over Goodell's home pic.twitter.com/0BnPpO8wOC— Jared Pelletier (@JaredWGME) August 3, 2015
If Goodell hasn't already wished the quarterback a happy birthday, he'll have a chance to do so in court. He and Brady have been ordered to appear in court by the judge hearing the case on Aug. 12 and Aug. 19, with the case to be resolved before the regular season begins.
(h/t Washington Post)