The United States Appeals Court has ruled that New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady’s four game suspension well be reinstated to start the 2016 season, according to a report from ESPN..

Brady, 38, was initially suspended by the National Football League in 2015 for his alleged involvement with deflated footballs from the AFC Championship that season.

According to Albert Breer of the NFL Network, Brady’s likely next step is to seek a stay or injunction, as well as a re-hearing before the full second circuit court, or an appeal to the Supreme Court.

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