Report: Tom Brady ‘Not Ready To Accept Court Ruling’ Over Suspension


Apr 25, 2016

The Deflategate drama did not reach its conclusion Monday if Tom Brady has anything to say about it.

Brady’s four-game suspension was reinstated by the U.S. District Court, but the New England Patriots quarterback is “not ready to accept (the) court ruling,” ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Monday.

Brady is “mulling his options,” according to Schefter, who also noted “this is not yet over.”

Brady reportedly has two options: Re-hearing the appeal “en banc” in front of the entire Second Circuit or taking the case to the U.S. Supreme Court. Brady can seek a stay to continue playing while appealing the U.S. District Court’s decision.

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