Patriots Fan Interrupts Goodell's Vacation With Message In The Sky
DAVID GREENE, HOST:
Good morning. I'm David Greene with the latest news on deflate-gate. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has been suspended, accused of playing a role in taking air out of footballs. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell upheld that suspicion, which caused one Patriots fan to take to the air. Richard Pate of Maine hired a pilot to fly over the commissioner's summer vacation home with a banner reading, jet home to New York. Mr. Pate refused to say how much he paid for this, but insisted it was worth it. You're listening to MORNING EDITION.
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