Tom Brady attacks the NFLPA and the league in a significant move.

Tom Brady plans to contest the fine the NFL assessed against the illustrious quarterback earlier this week.

An incident that happened in the Wild Card round is what started the continuing controversy between Brady and the NFL. Malik Hooker of the Dallas Cowboys was tripped by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 

after they drew low on him. The quarterback of the seven-time Super Bowl champion received a $16,444 fine as a result.

Brady's appeal is not unexpected. The illustrious quarterback discussed his choice to go against the NFL in his Let's Go! podcast series.

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Brady added through, "I'm a little unhappy, though, because I tried to tackle [Hooker] with my right shoulder and missed him.

"I was attempting to get him on the ground because I wasn't going to try to stick my arm out. He was completely missed. Not even a hit from me. I made an attempt to trip him but failed.

Brady kept on complaining about his irritation. "Are they fining with a purpose? When you target someone and miss them, people still refer to it as targeting.


The NFL Players Association was the target of Brady's next attack. "I had to ascertain and comprehend the reason behind this, then. I wish our NFLPA was stronger because of this, he remarked.

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