Another day, another report of the Tom Brady-Deflategate suspension. This time, it comes from Bleacher Report's Jason Cole, who says sources close to the league believe the NFL will be able to "wear down" Brady and get him to accept a reduced suspension. This comes as somewhat of a surprise since Brady and the NFLPA have been planning a lawsuit against the league if the suspension isn't completely dropped.

On the other hand, it makes a little big of sense. This situation has been going on for some time now, and Brady -- like the rest of us -- probably wants it to just end. If that's the case, it would be reasonable to think Brady would accept a reduced suspension. However, Brady reportedly wants his name to be cleared of any wrongdoing or involvement in the Deflategate scandal.

Whether Brady will accept an sort of suspension at all remains to be seen, but a decision is hopefully coming soon -- just not today. According to Ed Werder, there's "zero chance" of a ruling coming today.

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(h/t Bleacher Report)