The Ted Wells report, which is 243 pages long, has been released concerning DeflateGate. After a four-month long investigation, it has been discovered that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was likely aware of game balls being deflated.
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The Patriots are coming off a Super Bowl victory, but their 2015 season can only go way down as they are expected to receive a severe punishment for this scandal.
This surfaced after the Indianapolis Colts accused the Patriots of deflating balls in the AFC Championship, and it became a constant headline subject leading up to the Super Bowl.
Since Brady has had a role in this, he is expected to receive a suspension while the team and possibly himself will probably get a heavy fine.
It is now being reported that Brady may be suspended for the entire 2015 season. His refusal to hand over his cell phone and show text messages and e-mails that were crucial to the investigation will likely be held against him.
The quarterback spoke for the first time since the report’s release at Salem State, and he refused to let this brewing scandal take away from his Super Bowl title.
He also said that he will publicly address the Ted Wells report after soaking it in.
It is looking even more likely that Jimmy Garoppolo will see time as the Patriots’ starting quarterback sooner than expected.
Plus, the AFC East will become even more wide open with the Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins and New York Jets all making improvements to their rosters.