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Patriots owner Robert Kraft seemed to have come to terms with the punishment's levied against his team when he announced he would not appeal back in May, but after the league upheld quarterback Tom Brady's four game suspension he seems to have changed his tune.

By Extra Mustard
July 30, 2015

Patriots owner Robert Kraft seemed to have come to terms with the punishments levied against his team when he announced he would not appeal back in May, but after the league upheld quarterback Tom Brady's four game suspension he has changed his tune.

On Wednesday, Kraft gave a press conference stating that he was “wrong to have put his faith in the league.” A day later he was autographing “Free Brady” signs.

The owner, who has overseen the Patriots success in the Brady-Belichick era, signed the poster for a fan on Thursday at the first day of the Patriots training camp in Foxboro, Mass.

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It has been an eventful opening day in Foxboro, which has seen a stampede of fans as the gates were opened, and some clever aerial trolling from Jets fans. -- Brendan Maloy

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