NFL Owners pushing Roger Goodell to uphold Tom Brady’s suspension

Tom Brady celebrating Super Bowl win number Four.  (Photo From Getty Images.)

You know you’re the best QB in the world when other team’s want to keep you from playing.
(Photo From Getty Images.)

A handful of powerful owners is pushing NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to uphold Tom Brady’s four-game suspension, according to Pro Football Talk.

Goodell is also working with the fear that the federal courts will wipe out the four time Super Bowl Champion’s suspensions.

I will take a guess at the owners who want Brady to remain suspended: Jerry Jones of the Dallas Cowboys, Woody Johnson of the New York Jets, Steve Bisciotti of the Baltimore Ravens, and Jim Irsay of the Indianapolis Colts.

Which owners, would you guess at pushing Goodell to uphold the suspension?




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