Last-minute settlement talks between lawyers for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady have failed, leaving a judge to decide the fate of “Deflategate.”
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady arrived early to court Monday for a final face-to-face meeting before a judge rules on the “Deflategate” case.
Tom Brady might have reason to practice more intensely after a judge made it clear that his four-game suspension for underinflated footballs is in jeopardy.
For a second day, lawyers met with a judge to try and resolve the legal dispute over whether the four-game suspension of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady should stand.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell have arrived at a courthouse in Manhattan for a hearing in their ongoing dispute over underinflated footballs.
New England quarterback Tom Brady and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell are set to explain to a judge why a controversy over underinflated footballs at last season’s AFC conference championship game is spilling into a new season.
The NFL draft is returning to Chicago next year. Commissioner Roger Goodell and Mayor Rahm Emanuel made the announcement at the NFL owners’ meetings on Tuesday.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was asked to comment on Deflategate. He initially declined, but ended up endorsing Commissioner Roger Goodell.
Tom Brady vowed to fight his four-game suspension, writing Wednesday in a 507-word Facebook post, “I did nothing wrong, and no one in the Patriots organization did either.”
Patriots fans are steamed after NFL commissioner Roger Goodell upheld Tom Brady’s four-game suspension on Tuesday, and they’re still hoping that he will be vindicated.
The players’ union has proposed a settlement on Tom Brady’s four-game suspension last week, but has not gotten a response from the NFL.
Brady and representatives from the players’ union are meeting with Commissioner Roger Goodell at NFL headquarters as the New England quarterback appeals his four-game suspension.