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Twitter Reax: If Brady Had Nothing To Hide, Why Did He Destroy Phone?

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 28 / 15

Twitter was abuzz this afternoon with the news that Tom Brady's four-game suspension was upheld. Brady has indicated that he destroys his cell phone every four months, but Bleacher Report’s Jason Cole  writes, “Have to think that destroying records isn't going to be vie...

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