The logical next step of the DeflateGate saga involves New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady taking the NFL to court.
Tom Brady has authorized the NFLPA to appeal his case in federal court, per source.— Jim Trotter (@JimTrotter_NFL) July 28, 2015
The NFL tried to jump the shark by filing their own case in New York, but look for Brady's camp to try and take the battle to Minnesota or Massachusetts- more labor friendly locales.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell upheld Brady's four-game suspension on the grounds that Brady destroyed his phone and must be hiding the fact that he asked for the footballs to be deflated. Goodell also supported the findings of Exponent, and disregarded the rebuttals of their faulty analysis because, and I'm not joking, a person who helped Ted Wells said that Exponent did good work.
Seriously. Goodell upheld the ruling because the people who did the investigation said that the investigation was good.
See you in court.