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DeflateGate is really and truly over

The NFLPA declined to take the case to the Supreme Court. When Tom Brady gave up his DeflateGate fight in July, he authorized the NFL Players Association to continue on without him. But on the eve of Brady's return from his four-game suspension, the NFLPA decided to not appeal the case to the Supreme Court. "After consultation with Tom Brady and our appellate counsel, we have decided to not pursue additional appeals in this matter," the NFLPA's statement read.
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