Tom Brady Suspended, Patriots Fined

After Tom Brady was suspended without pay from the first four games of the 2015 football season, the New England Patriots quarterback received support from his fellow NFL players and celebrities, as well as some criticism from others on Monday, May 11.
An NFL-commissioned report released last weekfound that Brady was "at least generally aware" of the deflated footballs that helped his team nab the AFC Championship in January. Eventually, the Patriots' victory against the Indianapolis Colts would help Pats secure its win against the Seattle Seahawks this past February at Super Bowl XLIX.
Giants quarterback Eli Manning, who topped Brady and the Patriots in not one, but two Super Bowl victories, told the New York Post on Monday that he found no happiness in the situation.
"Tom has been a friend of mine," Manning told the paper. "I don't like to see anyone get suspended. I don’t like to see anybody get in trouble. I don’t like to see anything happen to the NFL or to a player or to another quarterback. In no way am I glad to see this happen."
Still, Manning said the punishment was "serious," even from the league. “Obviously the football, I think it is about integrity and you have to follow the rules. If someone’s breaking the rules I understand you’re gonna get punished for it," he said. “Obviously the NFL is serious about not messing with the integrity of the game, no matter big or little the issue is."

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