The NFL has handed down its sentence for New England QB Tom Brady in the wake of the Wells report which investigated the Deflate-Gate controversy.
Brady will be suspended for the first four games of the regular season, which means he’ll miss the Patriots Week 2 game against the Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
The Bills have not faced the Patriots without Tom Brady since the 2008 season when Brady missed 15 games with a torn ACL.
His replacement for that game was Matt Cassel, who is on Buffalo’s roster now after an offseason trade with Minnesota.
Tags: AFC East, Tom Brady
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