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Tom Brady: "I did nothing wrong"

In a Facebook post Wednesday morning the New England Patriots QB said he's "very disappointed" about the four-game suspension.

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Tom Brady and his phone explained

Bill Belichick will be holding the first news conference from a high-ranking Patriots official since Roger Goodell upheld Tom Brady's suspension.

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Goodell's 20-page appeal decision

Wonder why Roger Goodell upheld Tom Brady's four-game suspension? The commissioner lays out his reasoning in this 20-page memo.

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Source: Jets DE Wilkerson will report to camp

New York Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson, who has expressed public frustration with his contract, will report Wednesday for the start of training camp, a league source said Tuesday.

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Packers prez: Lambeau rights won't be sold

One of the loudest ovations Packers president Mark Murphy received at team's annual shareholders meeting on Tuesday came when he said naming rights for the iconic stadium would never be sold.

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trey wingo @wingoz

Those happiest re Brady suspension being upheld? Steelers, Bills, Jaguars & Cowboys. As a starter Brady 39-5 vs those 4 & 9-0 vs Dal & Jags

Reiss: Tom Brady 101

The NFL upheld Tom Brady's 4-game suspension. What does it mean for the QB, who insists he did nothing wrong? What's next for New England? What does the NFLPA have to say? Mike Reiss has the answers. 10 things

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Tom Brady: 'I did nothing wrong'

Wrote the Patriots QB on his Facebook page: "The fact is that neither I, nor any equipment person, did anything of which we have been accused. [Commissioner Roger Goodell] dismissed my hours of testimony and it is disappointing that he found it unreliable." Full statement

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San Diego gives Chargers a deadline

The team must decide by Sept. 11 if they want to commit to a new stadium and staying in San Diego, according to the Orange County Register. The proposed stadium would cost $1.1 billion. The Chargers had previously walked away from negotiations with the city last month.

Field Yates @FieldYates

Jets C Nick Mangold and WAS LT Trent Williams each have NFL-high $2M reporting bonuses. Both teams open camp today. Happy campers.

John Mara to JPP: Wrong to shut us out

The Giants co-owner doesn't think the DE, who injured his right hand in a fireworks accident, is "receiving very good advice right now." Mara found it "disappointing" that no one from the team has seen Pierre-Paul's hand, despite team officials visiting him at a Miami hospital in the days after the accident.

Dan Graziano @DanGrazianoESPN

So, Brady says he only wrecked the phone after he told the investigators he'd never let them see it anyway. This helps?

Darren Rovell @darrenrovell

Tom Brady can invoke his private citizen rights, but CBA establishes employer-employee guidelines. Incident happened at work, involves work

Games Tom Brady will miss

  • Week 1: Sept. 10 vs. Pittsburgh
  • Week 2: Sept. 20 at Buffalo
  • Week 3: Sept. 27 vs. Jacksonville
  • Week 5: Oct. 11 at Dallas
Patriots' full schedule

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GM: Winston brings 'spark' to Buccaneers

Jason Licht said that Bucs veterans are excited by the No. 1 pick's arrival: "He's got that kind of spark to him. Now, he still has to play. He hasn't played a snap yet. What does he say? 'Real recognizes real.' They just see it."

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KC Joyner @KCJoynerTFS

If I had a Hall of Fame vote, I would not hesitate to elect Tom Brady as 1st ballot HOFer. Deflategate changes nothing.

Kevin Seifert @SeifertESPN

Tom Brady statement: “Zero evidence of wrongdoing.” NFL: CBA standard of guilt is simply “more probable than not.” Easy threshold to meet.

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Tom Brady statement: “Zero evidence of wrongdoing.” NFL: CBA standard of guilt is simply “more probable that not.” Easy threshold to meet.

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Tom Brady: "I will not allow my unfair discipline to become a precedent for other NFL players without a fight." (2/2)

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Tom Brady: " I respect the Commissioner's authority, but he also has to respect the CBA and my rights as a private citizen." (1/2)

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Brady provides explanation 4 replacing broken phone. Says it was done after it was made clear any phone wouldn't be subject to investigation