The NFLPA ready to take Brady’s suspension to court if Goodell does not overturn Brady’s suspension

Brady Vs Goodell Continues. (photo from New York Daily News.)

Brady Vs Goodell Continues.
(Photo from New York Daily News.)

The NFLPA “prepared to take the next step” if the NFL does not wipe out Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for his “probable” role in deflate gate.

NFLPA’s President Eric Winston didn’t come right out and say they will take the NFL’s suspension of QB Tom Brady to court, but the next step comment alludes to doing just that.

“It’s not even worth trying to guess what’s going on because it doesn’t seem like all the time that they know what’s going on,” Winston said. “I hope they do the right thing, I hope they exonerate Tom and overturn his suspension, but if they don’t we’re prepared to take the next step, whatever that next step might be. But we can’t take that next step and we can’t go forward until a decision is made. Why it takes over a month, and why it took six months to get to that point before that, and the constant feet-dragging on not just Tom’s issue but all the issues is, to me, just seems a bit ridiculous and doesn’t serve the players very well. But that’s where we’re at now and we’re just going to have to continue to keep advocating for our players.”

Lets hope the fight goes in Tom Brady’s favor and not like the video below:

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