Judge Throws Out Tom Brady's Suspension Over Deflategate

Tom Brady has beaten his four-game suspension over Deflategate.

On Thursday, a judge nullified the quarterback's suspension, which had been brought by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in May.

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The decision means that Brady will be able to play when the Patriots begin their season in a week against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Patriots star, 37, was suspended by the league in May after an investigation found it was "more probable than not" that Brady was aware that personnel had deflated balls for the AFC championship game last season.

At the time, Brady fired back in a statement via his agent, calling the report "a significant and terrible disappointment" that "contains significant and tragic flaws."

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In July, the NFL upheld their decision to suspend him.

Brady and the team always denied knowing that they were using deflated footballs in the AFC title game against the Indianapolia Colts in January.

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