Tom Brady and NFL Fail to Reach 'Deflategate' Settlement

Federal judge Richard Berman will now rule whether or not to uphold NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's four-game suspension of the New England Patriots quarterback.
1:37 | 08/31/15

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Transcript for Tom Brady and NFL Fail to Reach 'Deflategate' Settlement
Cheers from fans it's difficult champion star quarterback Tom Brady enough bite to clear his name. Saint and not as welcome NFL commissioner Goodell. The last time the Dell and Brady faced off in court the two refused to even more get each other even still. The judge urged a settlement noting. There are enough strengths and weaknesses on both sides. But with Brady and the league not budging they are back in court today asking the judge to settle their differences he has no qualms judge Berman does. About the dedication and the efforts of both sides he just said they could reach one it was back in the lead. Fine and suspended the patriots quarterback for four genes or his alleged role in Pittsburgh and global. The judge has pressed the NFL for direct evidence the league is insisting. There may not be smoking gun but there is evidence of culpability. Meanwhile the judge has also asking Brady some tough questions. Like why he destroyed his cell phone Dorn the investigation. To which his lawyer is claiming it was done to protect his privacy but poked it could have been done a different. Way both sides will not give in on the core issue which is that Brady would be culpable that he would accept the findings of the wells reports. Absent that I don't see where there's room for settlement. In the end the judge announced there will be no settlement in this case that deadline for a final decision is set for September 4. And the judge is expected to make a ruling by the end of this week. It was that her ABC news New York.

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