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Report: Police are watching over Roger Goodell’s house after decision on Tom Brady

Goodell says he never asked the Patriots to suspend their employees. He says the Patriots did it themselves.

NFL called the Maine Police to protect the commissioner

Some people hate Roger Goodell, but after yesterday’s decision to suspend Tom Brady, Goodell in Maine had to up their protection on the Commissioner.

Police in Scarborough, Maine, are watching over NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s home following the decision that New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady’s 4-game suspension would be upheld, according to NECN. 

According to the Portland Press Herald, the NFL contacted police in Scarborough Tuesday to warn police about the decision and how it may not settle well with some fans.

There have not been any known threats, but they will be taking their precautions.  Police are not planning any special protection and no threats or problems have arisen since the announcement.

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