Why would the NFL suspend Patriots quarterback Tom Brady for the first four games of the 2015 season because an investigator concluded that it was “more probable than not” that Brady had something to do with footballs being deflated for the AFC Championship game last January? No concrete evidence. Just “more probable than not.”
Why would the league fine the Patriots $1 million when the investigation did not implicate the owner Robert Kraft or the head coach Bill Belichick?
REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT HONORING SUPER BOWL CHAMPION NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
THE PRESIDENT: Hello, everybody. Welcome to the White House. Please have a seat. And, well, maybe before you have a seat, give it up for the Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots! (Applause.) All right, now you can have a seat.
New England Tech has landed a big speaker for the school’s 75th commencement – former New England Patriot and fan favorite Vince Wilfork, one of the NFL’s best defensive tackles.
Wilfork, at 6 foot 2 inches and 325 pounds, was with the Pats for eleven years and was a member of the 2015 Super Bowl champions. He recently became a free agent and will play next season for the Houston Texans. His jersey was number 75.
We all know that Tom Brady grew up in San Mateo, Calif., played football at Serra High and Michigan, started in five Super Bowls and won three. We also know he will start his sixth Super Bowl Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks.