The transcript of Tom Brady’s four-game Deflategate suspension appeal to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was released Tuesday, and at over 400 pages, it’s quite a read.

Here are some takeaways from the transcript of the New England Patriots quarterback’s June 23 hearing:

Brady, under oath, denied being aware of ball deflation

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Brady first learned of the minimum and maximum football deflation levels after the Patriots’ Week 7 win over the Jets

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Brady wouldn’t say he likes footballs at the lowest possible deflation

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Brady knew Jim McNally by face but not by name

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Brady said he was “pissed off” that footballs were over-inflated against the Jets

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Brady wasn’t made aware that failing to provide his cell phone would result in punishment

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Ted Wells criticized Brady’s decision not to turn over his phone

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Brady said he “destroys” his phone to protect his privacy

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