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Pro Football / "Deflategate" / A Discussion / Brady Speaks (Part II) #1083303

CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 07, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The comments from New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady about the Wells NFL report on "deflategate" re-introduced. [At an event in Salem, Massachusetts, BRADY - avoids questions about the Wells report & we will deal with it later.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN Sports Rachel Nichols as well as WEEI.com columnist Mike Petraglia & former player Shawne Merriman about Brady. [NICHOLS - comments on the investigators trying to get access to Brady's phone & text messages.] [MERRIMAN - asserts Brady should be suspended.] [PETRAGLIA - says the NFL wants to make the Wells investigation look independent; suggests a fine penalty for Brady.] [NICHOLS - says the NFL has to follow through with a penalty for cheating.]

Cooper, Anderson

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