By Ray Boyd
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — CBSSports’ Jason La Canfora joined Josh Innes and Tony Bruno on 94WIP to share his thoughts on the Deflate Gate scandal and the league’s decision to suspend Tom Brady and penalize the Patriots.READ MORE: CBS3 Mysteries: Philadelphia Police Looking For Answers In Markeya Green's Murder That 'Absolutely Shocks The Conscience'
La Canfora expressed that he read the report produced following the investigation by Ted Wells and even he admits that after looking it over, something appears to be missing.
“I read [the report] again over this weekend,” said La Canfora. “I’m like, is there something I’m missing here?
“Does it look bad? Does it look suspicious,” La Canfora posed. “Yes, some of it looks fishy, but I thought just as fishy…why aren’t there more accurate detail description of which one of these two gauges was working properly.”
La Canfora also raised the theory that if Brady was really behind the deflating of the footballs, wouldn’t all of the balls have been inflated to the same exact pressure. He also is not ready to let the league off the hook for their role in the delegating of the handling of the balls and the checking of the balls.READ MORE: Edwin Allen Charged With Sexually Assaulting Woman In Upper Darby SEPTA Train Terminal
“I frankly have as many questions for the league as I have for Tom Brady,” La Canfora added.
As a result of the suspension for Brady, there has been a lot of talk about how his legacy is impacted by this punishment. La Canfora made it clear that his accomplishments on the field should not be disregarded because of this.
“Tom Brady is maybe the best who ever did it and it has nothing to do with where these balls were.”
La Canfora also said that he would not rule out the possibility of Brady taking this situation to a court of law, beyond just an appeal with the league.
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