Time has passed since the conclusion of the DeflateGate investigation.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was suspended for four games due to being considered likely to have played a role in game ball deflation.
The Patriots also lost a first-round and fourth-round draft pick for the 2016 draft while being fined $1 million.
There has been a fair share of controversy over the Patriots’ punishment, and the New York Times recently published a piece on why the Ted Wells report is flawed.
The American Enterprise Institute came up with a study on why the DeflateGate findings are inaccurate.
They performed a similar study after the New Orleans Saints were punished for BountyGate in 2012.
Players who were suspended had them overturned shortly after.
Brady will more than likely use this to his advantage when he and the NFL Players Association appeal.
Brady will officially appeal his suspension on June 23.