New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady addressed reporters for the first time since accepting his four-game suspension for his involvement in the Deflategate scandal.
Brady discussed with reporters about accepting the decision from the NFL instead of going to the Supreme Court, calling it a "personal decision."
"I've just tried to move on from it," he said Friday after practice. "I'll be excited to be back when I'm back, and I'll be cheering our team, and hopefully we'll go out and win every game."
Asked how difficult he expected it would be for him to serve a four-game suspension to open the season, Brady said, "I've tried to be as positive as I can be. I think that's kind of always been my motto. Over the course of my career, I've been faced with different things and tried to overcome them the best way I could, or the best way I knew how. I'll try to do the same thing."
Brady didn't elaborate when asked how he plans to spend the four weeks of his suspension, saying, "I'll deal with that when it comes. I could have a plan and then change the plan. So I really don't know."
You can see more of what Brady had to say in the video below: