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Experts Don't See Tom Brady's Marketability Taking A Hit In Wake Of NFL's Ruling

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 29 / 15

Patriots QB Tom Brady "may be sent to the sidelines for a while" with his four-game Deflategate suspension , but marketing experts believe he "is far from permanently sacked when it comes to endorsement deals," according to David Gianatasio of ADWEEK. DBMediaStrategies President Doug Bailey: "There...

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