Newspaper Front Pages React To Tom Brady’s Suspension Being Upheld

by abournenesn

Jul 29, 2015

Wednesday’s newspapers aren’t available yet, but many front pages already are circulating Twitter. And many of them surround one central figure — Tom Brady.

Brady dominated the news Tuesday after his four-game suspension for his alleged role in Deflategate was upheld by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.

The New York tabloids had a field day with Brady after Deflategate broke, and they were back at it when the Wells Report was released. One of those tabloids is back at it with tomorrow’s paper.

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The New England Patriots beat the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship — when the alleged offense took place. So one Indy paper didn’t miss an opportunity to make a few jokes at the Patriots’ expense.

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The Boston Herald had a slightly different take, though.

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No matter the city, it looks like Brady will dominate your Wednesday newspapers.

Thumbnail photo via Twitter/@IndyStarSports 

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