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NFLPA To File Injunction That Would Allow Brady To Play Until Deflategate Case Is Final

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 31 / 15

Attorney Jeffrey Kessler, who the NFLPA retained to rep Tom Brady in his Deflategate case, said Thursday that the union "will be filing a specific motion for an injunction" on Friday in N.Y. court, which would allow Brady to "play for the Patriots until the case is final," according to ESPN.com.&nbs...

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