Wilson Football company tweeted out a picture on Sunday of a deflated football to remind us about the football incident that took place back in 2015 called “DeflateGate.”
The game that everyone remembers happened at Gillette Stadium when the New England Patriots defeated the Indianapolis Colts.
And it was later discovered that the pressure inside the NFL approved footballs were lower then required… which allowed an easier throw for the quarterback.
The Pat’s QB was later handed a suspension by the NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, but that suspension “vacated” by Judge Richard M. Berman.
Deflategate is a funny meme, but of course it’s something serious… that’s something we all saw when Tom Brady missed four games this season due to it.
They are also saying that the Pat’s want Brady to get the Lombardi Trophy so the Commissioner Roger Goodell will be forced to hand him that trophy… after he had suspended Brady for those four games.
What are your thoughts?
Wilson Football Reminds Everybody About Deflategate was originally published on theboxhouston.com
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