New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension has been overturned by the judge who heard his lawsuit against the NFL.

Federal judge Richard Berman said he vacated Goodell’s decision, in part, because it was “premised upon several significant legal deficiencies, including (A) inadequate notice to Brady of both his potential discipline (four-game suspension) and his alleged misconduct; (B) denial of the opportunity for Brady to examine one of two lead investigators, namely NFL Executive Vice President and General Counsel Jeff Pash; and (C) denial of equal access to investigative files, including witness interview notes.”


By Glenn Erby

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