While Tom Brady has accepted his four-game suspension, the NFL Players Association is still considering taking the case to the Supreme Court.
Tom Brady announced he will "no longer proceed in the legal process" of appealing his four-game suspension.
The Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has denied Tom Brady's request for a rehearing in his Deflategate case.
A decision from the Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tom Brady's Deflategate suspension could be coming in the next week.
Commissioner Roger Goodell said there will be no settlement talks between the league and suspended QB Tom Brady.
Tom Brady's appeal in the Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals argues that two judges who sided with the NFL to have Brady's suspension reinstated "got the law wrong."
Tom Brady will file an appeal Monday for a second hearing by the Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to overturn his four-game Deflategate suspension.
Tom Brady has until May 23 to appeal the latest ruling in the Deflategate case.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Tom Brady is "far from ready" to accept the U.S. Appeals court's reinstatement of Brady's four-game suspension.
The U.S. Appeals court has reinstated Tom Brady's four-game suspension as a result of Deflategate in the 2014 playoffs.
Ben Volin of the Boston Globe suggests the Patriots are "bracing" for Tom Brady to lose his Deflategate appeal and serve a four-game suspension.
Patriots signed Tom Brady to a two-year, $30 million extension through 2019.
Tom Brady completed 27-of-56 passes for 310 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions in New England's 20-18, AFC Championship Game loss to the Broncos.
Tom Brady (ankle) is listed as probable for Sunday's AFC Championship game against the Broncos.