May 8, 2015 8:00 am -


SALEM, Mass. (AP) – Tom Brady knows how to buy time when he’s under pressure – on and off the field. Especially when the star quarterback is in front of a home crowd. One day after a report from an NFL-hired investigator concluded Brady probably knew that New England Patriots employees had a role in deflating…


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3 responses to Brady: I Need More Time To Digest Report

  1. bpollen May 8th, 2015 at 3:28 pm

    Suspend Brady, take the Super Bowl win from the Pats, and SHUT UP ABOUT IT!!!

    • pignose4.0 May 8th, 2015 at 3:59 pm

      I like how the NFL worded their findings it’s full of accusations but no real proof Brady knew, the ref didn’t wright down the numbers when he checked the air pressure he didn’t secure the balls and he used a gauge you can buy at Walmart. If a prosecutor put this evidence in front of a judge he/she would be laughed out of the court room. I’m no Pats fan but if they are going to hang someone do it with real evidence not could haves and innuendos. Go Niners…..

      • bpollen May 9th, 2015 at 2:08 am

        This is where I find fault with the whole affair. The NFL investigated one of it’s member teams. Isn’t that kinda like FBI investigating the agent-involved shootings and amazingly have NEVER found fault with their agents? This smacks of “cover your ass” on multiple levels. First off, by using vague suggestions of guilt that show how serious they were and they didn’t just sweep it under the rug, it’s a PR plus. Secondly, there just doesn’t happen to be enough evidence found under their “rigorous” investigation to actually do anything more than a slap on the wrist. Thirdly, with the grief the NFL is getting over their so-called response to domestic violence, a milquetoast accusation prevents their over-burdened canoe from tipping.

        The NFL is a frickin’ business and the ONLY priority for a business is profit.