Tedy Bruschi might be one of the only ESPN employees who is on Tom Brady's side.
The former Patriots linebacker has been very vocal in his support for Brady, and wants to see Brady's suspension wiped out entirely.
"I would like to see it eliminated completely ... I support this organization 100 percent and I think there's no way they should stop until it's gone completely," Bruschi told reporters at his football camp this week, via CSN New England.
Brady had his appeal yesterday at the NFL offices in New York. The hearing concluded after 10 hours, and no further hearings have been scheduled.
While there's no word on when we'll find out the results of the appeal, Jeffrey Kessler, one of Brady's lawyers, said he thought he and the rest of Brady's camp made very compelling arguments. As far as Bruschi is concerned, him wanting Brady's suspension revoked shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone.
Bruschi has had Brady's back well before Deflategate's birth in late January. The pair were teammates from 2000 until 2008, Bruschi's final season in the NFL.
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