Tom Brady’s status for the 2016 season is still up in the air.
The U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in April ruled he’ll have to serve the four-game suspension the league issued against him following Deflategate. Brady has since appealed.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell speaking on Mike and Mike in the morning on ESPN Radio via Mike Rodak of ESPN.com said there will be no settlement talks as of now.
“I don’t think it’s an issue of length,” Goodell said. “It’s been litigated, We’re not going to hand the integrity of the game off’ to somebody else.”