Kraft Blasts NFL For Handling Of Brady Suspension Brady Destroying Phone Key To Upholding Ban Brady, Goodell Prepare For Court Battle Columnists Opine On Deflategate Ruling NBA Expands Global Reach To Africa Calls For Change Growing Among Tennis Execs Paolantonio Clarifies Bisciotti Comments NFL's New Air Policy Could Work In Brady's Favor NFL Continues European Branding Efforts PGA Tour's Young Guns Are Taking Over
Kraft Blasts NFL For Handling Of Brady Suspension, Calls Decision "Unfathomable"Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 29 / 15
Patriots Owner Robert Kraft this morning called the NFL's decision to uphold Tom Brady's four-game suspension "unfathomable" and said the league's handling of the entire Deflategate situation has been "extremely frustrating and disconcerting." Saying he felt it was important to address the matter pr...
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