May 14, 2015 12:00 AM
CONCORD - First year player Zach Moore and former Patriots center Peter Brock are showing support for quarterback Tom Brady.
Brady is expected to appeal his four game 'Deflategate' suspension handed down by the league earlier this week.
"I kind of think you know justice you know will prevail," Moore said. "I think you know the system will handle itself and everything will be handled accordingly."
Moore says he supports "12," referring to Brady's jersey number, which a lot of students and faculty were wearing Wednesday during the event honoring volunteers and promoting staying fit.
"He should appeal, you know, based on there's no hard evidence in that report and to be convicted and penalized to that point I think should be appealed," Brock said.
Brock also said that in his 13 years as a center, he couldn't tell the difference between an underinflated ball and an overinflated one.
Brady has been suspended four games and the Patriots were also fined $1 million dollars.
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