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Federal Appeals Court Re-Instates Brady's Four Game Suspension

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The NFL season could begin without one of the leagues biggest stars. A Federal Appeals Court re-instated the four game suspension of New England...

The NFL season could begin without one of the leagues biggest stars. 

A  Federal Appeals Court re-instated the four game suspension of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady over the deflation of footballs in a 2014 play-off game. 

As WBUR reporter David Boeri reports, this time legal observers do not expect another come-back. WBRU reporter David Boeri explains the Federal Appeal Court's recent decision to re-instate Tom Brady's four game suspension for deflating footballs in a 2014 play-off game.

Federal Appeals Court Re-Instates Brady's Four Game Suspension
Federal Appeals Court Re-Instates Brady's Four Game Suspension