Contacted by Profootballtalk.com, the NFL office stated Friday that there is no date currently set for the appeal of Tom Brady's four-game suspension.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell stated Wednesday that he is open to hearing any "new information" Tom Brady can offer in connection with his Deflategate suspension, prior to Brady's appeal.
A "high-ranking NFL source" tells Sports Illustrated's Greg A. Bedard that the Patriots' decision to forego an appeal of their Deflategate punishment does not include a tacit agreement that Tom Brady's suspension will be reduced.
The Patriots will not appeal their $1 million fine and loss of draft picks in the "Deflategate" scandal.
Tom Brady hasn't missed any of the Patriots' voluntary workouts this offseason.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will personally preside over Tom Brady's appeal of his four-game suspension.
The Patriots are claiming the term "Deflator" was used to reference Jim McNally losing weight, not deflate footballs.
One source texted ESPN's Adam Schefter saying he thinks Tom Brady's four-game suspension could be overturned altogether.
Deflategate investigator Ted Wells says the Patriots believed it was a "sting operation."
Tom Brady will appeal his four-game Deflategate suspension.
NFL suspended Patriots QB Tom Brady four games for "conduct detrimental to the league" in connection with Brady's role in DeflateGate.
ESPN's Mike Reiss suggests the Patriots could add a quarterback if Tom Brady faces a lengthy suspension.
Citing "several key sources," the New York Daily News reports Roger Goodell is expected to announce Tom Brady's suspension next week.
CSN New England's Mike Giardi reports the Patriots are "bracing for the worst" regarding DeflateGate discipline for Tom Brady and are "fearful" of a 6-8 game suspension.