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well we have cooperated with the new england patriots are stomping mad over deflate gate and the harsh penalties handed down monday by the n. f. l. with owner robert kraft reversing a place to take the punishment quietly hinting he plans to fight a record one million dollar fine and the removal of two draft picks the agent before time super bowl winner and three time n. b. p. quarterback tom brady suspended for four games without pay also vowing to get the punishment repealed but reuters sports editor steve ginsburg points to two things working against any successful appeals , a that we are in the paper it's been down this road before two thousand seven with spike gate and b. tom brady was not cooperative hitting over cellphones and other information in this process so anaphylactic a harder look at this and so you know you know wait a minute you've done this before and you're not cooperative i'm not so sure i'm going to even entertain an appeal that would cut this sanction , or or , for findings from an investigation revealed last week that it was quote more probable than not that the patriots cheated with deflated footballs in a divisional championship game leading up to the superbowl and found brady probably knew about it craft once considered a close ally to n. f. l. commissioner roger goodell giving his quarterback unconditional support in brady's agent throwing a charge right back at the league saying it is not his client who has put the integrity of the game on the line but rather the n. f. l. with a lopsided investigation and and illegitimate suspension after a controversial season marked by domestic violence scandals and a high profile murder trial infighting between two powerful forces in the n. f. l. , certainly not how america's most lucrative , sporting league wants to spend the offseason