Randy Moss visits Patriots camp, backs Tom Brady
As for the suspension, the judge presiding over Brady’s case appears to be more inclined to rule in favor of the quarterback than uphold the NFL’s four-game suspension. According to the Associated Press, U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman “warned a league lawyer during oral arguments in the scandal over underinflated footballs that there was precedent for judges to toss out penalties issued by arbitrators.”
This isn’t good news for the NFL.
On the flip side, it seems more and more likely that Brady is going to start all 16 games this season, and that the NFL is going to end up with a gigantic egg on its face.
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