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'Deflategate' Science Project Shows Tom Brady Could Be Off the Hook

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Quarterback Tom Brady of the New England Patriots leaves federal court after contesting his four game suspension with the NFL on August 31, 2015 in New York City. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

By    |   Thursday, 10 Mar 2016 02:53 PM

A "Deflategate" science project by a Massachusetts seventh-grader seeks to exonerate New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and show that footballs can deflate on their own, The Associated Press reported.

 

Ben Goodell — no relation to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell — told The Daily Item he wanted to prove that Brady didn't deflate footballs in the "Deflategate" scandal.

The St. Pius V Elementary School student says he exposed properly inflated footballs to different weather conditions, including humidity and snow. He says the footballs dropped by 2 PSI after two hours every time.

Ben Goodell won the Outstanding Project Award at the February science fair.

NFL lawyers have asked a federal appeals court in New York City to reinstate the league's four-game suspension of Brady. A ruling is unlikely for weeks.

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A "Deflategate" science project by a Massachusetts seventh-grader seeks to exonerate New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and show that footballs can deflate on their own, The Associated Press reported.
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