Tom Brady NFL 4 Game Suspension Vacated by Judge Richard Berman: Exavier Pope Live Tweets Reading the Ruling

New England Patriots tweeted this picture after the NFL vs. NFLPA ruling regarding Tom Brady. (Photo: @Patriots)

New England Patriots tweeted this picture after the NFL vs. NFLPA ruling regarding Tom Brady. (Photo: @Patriots)

Tom Brady scored his second biggest victory of 2015 by beating the NFL in court.

The New England Patriots won the Super Bowl on the field, then a week shy of the 2015 NFL season beat the National Football League off the field in the DeflateGate saga.

Tom Brady was suspended initially suspended after the Wells Report alleged he was “generally aware” of delating footballs done by Patriots employees.

Brady was suspended 4 games by the NFL and that ruling was upheld by the Commissioner Roger Goodell after it was appealed by the NFLPA.

The NFL then filed a declaratory judgment in Manhattan federal district court to preempt the National Football League Players Association from filing it’s own case challenging the ruling in labor friendly Minnesota.

Instead, the NFLPA filed anyway and that suit was transferred to the court of Judge Richard M. Berman.

After two mediation dates passed with no apparent settlement in sight, Judge Berman delivered a scathing indictment of the NFL and the role of its lawyers as its commissioner Roger Goodell.

Upon receiving the ruling I took to Twitter to break down the ruling live as I read it. What follows are those tweets.

Exavier B. Pope I, Esq. is an award winning attorney, on air legal analyst, media personality, and Fortune 500 speaker. Mr. Pope has over 200+ appearances on air, including: international television on BBC and Al Jazeera English; national television on Fox News Channel, HLN, NBC Nightly News, Al Jazeera America, WGN Morning News, Fox Business Channel, and Huff Post Live; Top 3 Local Media Markets on Fox, CBS, and NBC; international radio on BBC Radio; national radio on ESPN Radio, Clear Channel Radio, NBC Sports Radio; contributed digitally to CNBC, Huffington Post, Jet, and Black Enterprise; and has appeared in other media outlets nationally and internationally. Mr. Pope is represented by top media and literary agency RLR Associates. All opinions expressed are those solely of Mr. Pope.

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