Tom Brady, who is appealing four-game NFL ban, attends charity function on Cape Cod.
HYANNIS, Mass. (AP) — Tom Brady got cheers and “free Tom Brady” chants at the 16th annual Best Buddies Challenge on Cape Cod.
The New England Patriots quarterback didn’t speak to reporters at the Saturday event. He rode on a half-mile criterium with Chris Harrington, a local man with Down syndrome, and threw footballs to fans at a clambake. .
Brady is honorary co-chairman of Buddies International, a nonprofit dedicated to people with developmental disabilities.
Cyclists gathered Saturday morning at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum in Boston for the 100-mile ride to Hyannis Port.
Brady is appealing a four-game NFL suspension after the league found he was “generally aware” the Patriots deliberately deflated footballs during last season’s AFC Championship game.
A person familiar with the situation tells The Associated Press Brady’s hearing will be June 23.
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