-- Addressing reporters for the first time since deciding not to pursue further legal options in his Deflategate fight with the NFL, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady called it a "personal decision." Asked how difficult he expected it would be for him to serve a four-game suspension to open the season, Brady said: "I've tried to be as positive as I can be.
Over the course of my career, I've been faced with different things and tried to overcome them the best way I could, or the best way I knew how.
So I really don't know." "I have a job to do, and I try to approach it the best way I can," he said.
I think I just have to go out there and lead by example, and try to bring it, and show my teammates I'm ready to go mentally and physically every day." Brady was on fire during Friday's practice, which was an intrasquad scrimmage.
I said the other night, we have the best fans in the world.