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superbowl winning new england patriots are backing down owner robert kraft saying at a press conference tuesday he won't find a record one million dollar fine and the loss of two draft picks handed down by n. f. l. commissioner roger goodell for deflated footballs in the divisional championship , i'm going to accept , reluctantly what he has , given to us and not continue this dialogue and rhetoric , and we won't appeal the billionaire willing to take one for the team that team and i fell if you will says reuter sports editor steve ginsburg this was a very strange situation where he was at odds with his with his i think the commissioner who jesus is good friends with they were together and said , mutual friend's birthday , i think i think robert crafters looked at and said you know i've i've just had an off you know the the league doesn't do this anymore this scandal has dragged on for months keeping the n. f. l. in a negative light during the offseason following a regular season filled with headline grabbing scandals , crass willingness to throw in the towel doesn't mean quarterback tom brady will drop his appeal of a four game suspension is merely to toughest sanction for tom brady to just say okay offer up my hands and i won't appeal i think you see sticking through this picking through through till the end the n. f. l. has to pick a date for brady's hearing within the next few days