Tom Brady’s lawyer told reporters after Tuesday’s appeal hearing that he’s confident in the case they presented.
“I think we put in a very compelling case,” Kessler said, via ESPN.com.
Sources told Adam Schefter that Brady came off as “very genuine” and “earnest and persuasive.”
One source who spoke to Schefter referred to Brady’s role in the hearing as “an A-plus performance.”
A transcript of the hearing won’t be available at any point in the near future, according to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk.
- Jordan Raanan takes a look at Giants’ players who have improved their stock this offseason including: RB Shane Vereen, QB Eli Manning, WR Rueben Randle, S Cooper Taylor, TE Jerome Cunningham, RB Orleans Darkwa, OL Brandon Mosley, and S Justin Currie.
- As for players who have seen their decline, Raanan lists: S Nat Berhe, OL John Jerry, WR Marcus Harris, TE Larry Donnell, and LB Mark Herzlich.
Jaguars rookie RB T.J. Yeldon says that he considers himself to be last on the team’s depth chart as they enter training camp.
“I got myself as last, and I’m still trying to work my way up to the top,” Yeldon said at the Rookie Symposium, via NFL.com. “I’m just out there to compete and work my way up to the top, see what I can do.”
Yeldon added that he believes he can be a three-down running back in the NFL when all is said and done.
“I feel like I can be a three-down back, but I’m just out there trying to do what I do,” Yeldon said. “I’m still learning, so I’m not trying to say I’m a three-down back or anything right now. I’ve done it before at Alabama, but it’s a different league now, so we will see.”