NEW YORK (AP) Here are the latest developments in a federal court hearing in football's ''Deflategate'' scandal, with the NFL, the players' union and superstar quarterback Tom Brady at odds about a four game suspension he received for using underinflated footballs (all times local):
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell have arrived at a courthouse in Manhattan for a hearing in their ongoing dispute over underinflated footballs.
Goodell was greeted Wednesday by a smattering of boos as he walked in. Four minutes later, Brady arrived flanked by four security guards. Both men went through a security sweep like everyone else going to court.
Dozens of fans and journalists waited for two of the NFL's most famous faces at the front entrance of the courthouse, including some wearing deflated football hats they were hoping to sell.
The court hearing is the first since the league and Brady with the NFL players' union traded filings in the scandal known as ''Deflategate,'' a dispute over whether Goodell was justified in suspending Brady four games for his role in using underinflated footballs during the AFC championship game in January.
The league is asking U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman to declare it followed its players' contract properly when it punished Brady.
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