Tom Brady’s four game suspension reinstated by court

Roger Goodell wins round two. (Photo By: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports)

Roger Goodell wins round two.
(Photo By: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports)

Patriots QB Tom Brady will be suspended for the first four games of the NFL regular season this year, a Federal Court ruled.

The court┬ábelieves, “the Commissioner properly exercised his broad discretion.”

The judges said “the NFL did not deprive Brady of fundamental fairness.”

The votes were a 2-1 ruling in favor of the NFL to reinstate the punishment handed down by Goodell last year.

Tom Brady can appeal the ruling and I’m guessing he will.

Brady can seek a stay/injunction and ask for a rehearing before the full second circuit or appeal to the Supreme Court.

 


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