Grab the popcorn, it’s going to be a media frenzy! It’s basically the Super Bowl for the media as they will be allowed inside. There will be no hiding from the media or spinning of the truth needed when Tom Brady and Roger Goodell sit down on Aug. 12 in New York.
According to Raffi Melkonian, an appellate lawyer with a Fifth Circuit appellate practice, the hearing will be open to reporters.
While a court stenographer was on hand for the Brady appeal hearing with Goodell on June 23 at NFL offices in New York, reporters were not allowed inside the room with the parties and their attorneys.
We heard so many different made up stories on how the appeal wen’t, this time no one hides…