Transcript for Tom Brady's Agent, NFL Investigator Spar Over Deflategate Suspension
deflategate. Tom Brady expected to formally appeal his suspension very soon as we said and the man behind that bombshell investigation is firing back this morning responding to claims from Brady's agent that the investigation was not truly independent. ABC's Ryan smith is in Boston with all the details on all this. Good morning, Ryan. Reporter: Good morning, robin. In the face of scathing criticism from Tom Brady's agent NFL's lead investigator on deflategate is really firing back slamming claims that he was somehow influenced by the NFL in calling suggestions that the league wanted to go after one of hit most popular players a ridiculous allegation. This morning Tom Brady's agent telling ABC news to expect an appeal from his client any minute. The patriots quarterback planning on fighting back after his four-game no pay suspension. End zone, touchdown. Reporter: Ted wells, the man behind the 243-page investigation into deflategate striking back at Brady's agent done Yee denying the agent's claims that the investigation was biased and saying Yee and Brady were not fully cooperative. He refused to let us review the phones. I said you keep the phone. You the agent, Mr. Yee, you can look at the phone. You give me documents that are responsive to this investigation and I will take your word that you have given me what's responsive and they still refused. Reporter: Wells says the patriots even asked him to be thorough in his investigation because they believed the league had a personal vendetta against them rejecting claims that he was not acting independent of the league. I think it's wrong to criticize my Independence just because you disagree with my findings. Reporter: This morning, die-hard pat fans are outraged for the million dollar team against their team. What do you think. It's egregious. Reporter: But some former footballers speaking out siding with the NFL. Make him suffer a little bit more. It's all about this I'm perfect. I'm never wrong. A rule is a rule and it's up to the NFL to uphold the standards and integrity of the national football league. Reporter: It didn't take long for others to jump on the bashing bandwagon putting up billboards with Tom shady around New Jersey. But here in Boston an altogether different campaign. No Brady, no banner is the hashtag asking to postpone the raising of the super bowl banner until Tom Brady returns. Ooh, still a lot of support in Boston. Thanks. A strange case of three
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