#SJSREPORTS By Mia 5-13-15
Patriots fans want to help the team pay for Tom Brady's deflatate
Picture cite: http://www.memphisflyer.com/FromMySeat/archives/2015/01/26/tom-brady-one-man-dynasty
The New England Patriots fans, angered by the suspension of Tom Brady, are setting up a fundraiser to pay a fine for deflating the Superbowl's NFL football. As of Wednesday morning, the fans raised up to $13,538. Tom Brady was suspended for four games and the team was fined a record of $1 million and forced to surrender two draft picks for purposely deflating the footballs in the Superbowl. The creator of the GoFundMe webpage said that they obviously know that they won't make it to $1 million, and if the Patriots do not accept the money, then they will donate to some great causes! In the end, I think that the Patriots will end up taking the money because if they lose $1 million dollar, it could affect the team a lot.
In the link above, it shows a news broadcast about what the situation is and what the impact is on the New England Patriots and their Tom Brady.
This news aricle above is about how the world reacted to Tom Brady's four game suspension.
This article above goes with how outraged the fans were and some tweets about what the fans said.
This article above is about the basics and what happened to Tom Brady, his backround, and what the Patriots plan to do about the incident.
1st Picture: Tom Brady, the NFL football player that got suspended for deflating the footballs. Cite: Murtaugh, Frank. "Tom Brady: One-Man Dynasty." Memphis Flyer. 25 Jan. 2015. Wed. 14 May 2015.
2nd Picture: GoFundMe is the website that the Patriot's fan set up to give to people in need all around the world incase the Patriots say no to the donation. Cite: "GoFundMe - Avery's Angels." Averys Angels. 16 June 2014. Wed. 14 May 2015.
3rd Picture: This picture is of a superbowl football that would be used in the game. Cite: Staplton, Arnie. "Super Bowl XLVIII: Broncos K Prater Sent Home Sick Again | 1170 KPUG-AM." 1170 KPUGAM. 15 Jan. 2015. Wed. 14 May 2015.
4th Picture: This picture is of the logo of the NFL, the company or group that sued the New England Patriots. Cite: Kallies, Carl. "How Well Do You Know NFL History?" PlayBuzz. 9 Dec. 2014. Web. 14 May 2015.