Nevermind, i found an article. Obviously a big story, quite easy.
From what i have read -
"..Ted Wells found that Brady "was at least generally aware" of plans by two Patriots employees to prepare the balls to his liking, below the league-mandated minimum of 12.5 pounds per square inch."
"was at least generally aware" don;t really think that concrete evidence to say he knew fully about what they were doing. That's a great way of saying maybe to fool people.
I feel if Tom Brady knew that they were doing this.. the whole team would know. Why just tell Tom? Wouldn't you want your WR's to know it would be easier to catch? Why would you not tell your RB so that he doesn;t go up to the ref saying "this ball feels weird when im holding it".
This is the quote i like the most from the article -
"Although the report did not conclusively link Brady to the illegal activity, text messages between the equipment staffers indicated that the quarterback "was at least generally aware" of it. Investigators said Brady's explanation for the messages was implausible."
Just highlighted some key points to that quote to show how ridiculous this whole thing is. I'm not much of a Brady fan but when you are suspending a guy and this is the "evidence" you have, kinda horse shit.
Mon Oct 6 2008 - (He broke the record. Warning issued on the first post. Ryan, telling people to "Shut the Fuck Up" is without question on the juvenile level. Please refrain from such conduct. Duncan