Attorneys for the NFL and NFLPA are scheduled to meet with U.S. District Judge Richard Berman on August 31.
Tom Brady completed 2-of-5 passes for 13 yards in Saturday's preseason game against the Saints.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Tom Brady is open to "accepting some form of suspension" only if it can be for "failing to cooperate with the NFL."
ESPN's Adam Schefter confirms Tom Brady and Roger Goodell were present for settlement talks with federal judge James Francis on Tuesday, but that the session went "nowhere."
Updating an earlier item, Tom Brady won't attend Wednesday's hearing in his legal battle with the NFL.
USA Today's Tom Pelissero reports Tom Brady plans to attend Wednesday's federal court hearing regarding his suspension.
The Patriots have yet to decide if Tom Brady will play in the team's preseason opener Thursday night.
Per a Thursday court order, Tom Brady will not have to attend next week's conference between the two sides.
Tom Brady isn't expected to play in Thursday night's preseason opener against the Packers.
The NFL won't reach a settlement with Tom Brady unless he accepts the findings in Ted Wells' report.
U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman ordered Tom Brady and Roger Goodell to appear in court for two conferences on Aug. 12 and 19.
A Minnesota judge has transferred the NFLPA's Tom Brady lawsuit back to New York.
According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, "inside the building" there is a belief at Patriots headquarters that suspended QB Tom Brady "ends up on the field."
Suspended QB Tom Brady wrote on Facebook Wednesday morning, "I am very disappointed by the NFL’s decision to uphold the 4 game suspension against me. I did nothing wrong, and no one in the Patriots organization did either."