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DeflateGate report changes view of Brady

Well, how can I put this?

Tom Brady wasn't honest with us.

Disagree?

Before the Super Bowl, he stood in front of a host of media and said he didn't alter the football.

Yeah, and Watergate was all about water.

The Wells Report finally was released, and we have a "more probable than not" idea what happened.

The footballs were altered. And Brady had a pretty good idea, too.

On top of that, the Golden Boy of Football wasn't very cooperative with the investigation.

It makes me sick.

It's cheating. And the Patriots got away with it.

Again.

It's not performance-enhancing drugs, but this can be packaged in the same group of Barry Bonds, Alex Rodriguez, Ryan Braun and Lance Armstrong.

All denied doing anything wrong.

Then things changed.

Brady deserves to be suspended.

How can the NFL have Lev Bell miss two games for marijuana use and Brady go unscathed?

Now we need to see what commissioner Roger Goodell has planned.

Hopefully it doesn't take him 100-plus days to determine a punishment.

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