After defeating the rest of the league in 2014, Tom Brady opened the 2015 season by triumphing over the NFL itself.
Federal Judge Richard Berman decided in favor of the New England Patriots quarterback in the Deflategate case. The NFL had suspended the Super Bowl MVP for four games for a “general awareness” of a “more probable than not” scheme to play with insufficiently inflated balls in the AFC Championship Game against the Indianapolis Colts.
Ironically, the federal judge found that the NFL broke its own collective-bargaining agreement rules in pursuing a suspected rule-breaker and conducted the investigation with excessive secrecy despite Commissioner Roger Goodell charging Brady with just that offense in destroying an old cell phone.
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