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Roger Goodell says Deflategate report should be released 'soon'...***updated 5/6: REPORT RELEASED*** (starts page 8)

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History will always look back on the PATS as a team that continually broke the rules.

 

No matter what the penalty or people who feel "everyone does it", this teams place in history will always be tarnished.  

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Disagree

Nobody will even remember this 20 years from now.

That said they are a bunch of cheating weasels

Sure they will. Any historical written account of this era and their accomplishments will note all these instances of crossing the line.

 

Count on it.  The NFL simply did not wish to diminish their draft extravaganza and held off on the report. This inappropriate activity likely has been known for months.  See destroyed tapes from Spygate. 

 

Team asterisk.

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Ref stated in 19 years he had never seen a bag of game balls disappear after being checked by officials.

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From page 18 of the report, this certainly appears to be Brady orchestrating a cover up:

 

Additional evidence of Brady‟s awareness includes a material increase in the frequency of telephone and text communications between Brady and Jastremski shortly after suspicions of ball tampering became public on January 19. After not communicating by telephone or text message for more than six months (based on data retrieved from Jastremski‟s cell phone), Brady and Jastremski spoke by telephone at least twice on January 19 (calls lasting a total of 25 minutes and 2 seconds), twice on January 20 (calls lasting a total of 9 minutes and 55 seconds) and twice on January 21 (calls lasting a total of 20 minutes and 52 seconds) before Jastremski surrendered his cell phone to the Patriots later that day for forensic imaging. These calls included conversations relatively early during the mornings of January 19 (7:26 a.m. for 13 minutes and 4 seconds), January 20 (8:22 a.m. for 6 minutes and 21 seconds) and January 21 (7:38 a.m. for 13 minutes and 47 seconds). Brady also took the unprecedented step of inviting Jastremski to the QB room (essentially Brady‟s office) in Gillette Stadium on January 19 for the first and only time that Jastremski can recall during his twenty-year career with the Patriots, and Brady sent Jastremski text messages seemingly designed to calm Jastremski (“You good Jonny boy?”; “You doing good?”). For his part, Jastremski sent Brady text messages confirming that he was okay (“Still nervous; so far so good though”) and cautioning Brady about questioning (“FYI...Dave will be picking your brain later about it. He‟s not accusing me, or anyone...trying to get to bottom of it. He knows it‟s unrealistic you did it yourself...”).

You would think Brady would have been smarter than this. 

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The more and more i read this report the more it becomes apparent that Tom Brady and the Patriots did their best to no co-operate with the investigation.

 

Brady did not submit his phone as required.

 

Pats counsel denied to make McNally available for a follow up interview which was sought by the investigators.

 

Then i read Robert Kraft's reaction "“Throughout the process of this nearly four-month investigation, we have cooperated and patiently awaited its outcome."

 

Back when the story broke Brady denied even knowing who McNally was.

Now we have all these text messages and Brady giving him signed memorabilia.

 

Sad day for Patsfantx and crew.   

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Bob Costas said on the national news tonight, if this happened to any of the other 31 teams, it would already swept under the rug.

Because of the Pats dominance well over a decade, it's the issue it is today.

 

Silly Mikey.

 

You have to take media heads with a grain of salt. Costas wants to ensure he gets the BB and Brady retirement interviews some day.

 

This investigation happened because of a history of trying to break the rules in some fashion or another. 

 

Did the Saints and Falcons stories get swept under the rug? 

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