Patriots QB Tom Brady whose request for an en banc rehearing of his Deflategate case rejected by the US Court of Appeals 2nd Corcuit this week has decided to not seek a stay of the four game suspension.
Brady however, along with the NFLPA has not ruled out petitioning the Supreme Court to hear his case. The NFLPA released the following statement on his behalf.
After careful consideration and discussion with Tom Brady, the NFLPA will not be seeking a stay of the four game suspension with the 2nd Circuit. This decision was made in the interest of certainty and planning for Tom prior to the New England Patriots season. We will continue to review all of our options and we reserve our rights to petition for cert to the Supreme Court.
Brady’s current four-game suspension would render him in eligible for the Patriots Week 4 game against the Buffalo Bills.
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