New England Dunkin’ Donuts to Offer Judge Free Coffee for Life Following Tom Brady’s Suspension Lift

Patriots fans found a way to express their excitement for the judge’s decision
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A Dunkin' Donuts in Maine sure does love Tom Brady.

New England Patriots fans were overjoyed to learn that U.S. District judge Richard M. Berman overturned quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension on September 3. A Dunkin’ Donuts in Maine was so excited that they want to offer Berman free coffee for life at.

Sports Illustrated reports that the Dunkin’ Donuts is located at 1124 Lisbon Street in Lewiston. This decision comes in time for the Patriots’ September 10 opening game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Brady was suspended by the National Football League back in May in what the media termed “Deflategate.” The Patriots quarterback allegedly deflated footballs used during the AFC championship game in January against the Indianapolis Colts.

Berman cited in the decision that there were “several significant legal deficiencies” in the way the league handled Deflategate, including the fact that there were no witnesses who could trace the incident back to Brady.


New England fans are elated by the news, and now Berman can count on getting complimentary coffee if he ever makes it out to Lewiston, Maine.