Brady Narrows Deflategate Focus For Fourth-Quarter Effort

By Zachary Zagger (May 24, 2016, 10:33 PM EDT) -- New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and the NFL players union are shifting the focus of their arguments in the Deflategate case to an issue that could have an impact on labor arbitration across the country, but experts are still skeptical it will be enough to keep the long-shot case alive.

After a Second Circuit panel reinstated Brady's four-game suspension, he and the NFL Players Association brought in famed litigator and former solicitor general Theodore Olson of Gibson Dunn to push for a rehearing, leaving many to wonder what arguments could catch the attention of the circuit judges that didn't convince...

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