Should the NFLPA petition the SCOTUS Deflategate ruling? | The Tylt
Tom Brady announced he will not appeal his four-game suspension for his reported involvement in the NFL's Deflategate scandal. But the NFL Players Association (NFLPA) is expected to petition to overturn the U.S. Supreme Court decision. While some want the NFLPA to fight on, others say it's time to let Deflategate go already. What do you think?
Should the NFLPA petition the SCOTUS Deflategate ruling?
Tom Brady's statement:
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft's statement:
Tom Brady has given up hope of staving off suspension, but NFLPA still expected to take case to Supreme Court to challenge Goodell's power.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 15, 2016
The Deflategate fight lives on!
NFLPA does not rule out appeal to Supreme Court: "We reserve our rights to petition for cert to Supreme Court." Would not affect suspension.— Andrew Brandt (@AndrewBrandt) July 15, 2016
Time to find some middle ground?
Or just let it go.
Goodell could have suspended Brady for 5 seasons / we'd be in the same place right now. NFLPA gave him the power to do whatever he wants.— Bill Simmons (@BillSimmons) July 14, 2016
Every one involved in deflategate(Goodell, NFL, NFLPA, & Brady), stop it!!!!! Put on your big boy pants, accept the consequences, & move on!— Jeorge ✞ (@THEJeorge_) July 14, 2016