A complete review of Brady’s games as well as medical and spotters’ reports found that there were no indications that he suffered a concussion, nor did he report and signs of symptoms related to a concussion last season. Not only did this report come from the league but as well as the NFLPA.

The joint review by the NFL and the Players’ Association also reviewed the quarterback’s medical records which he allowed them to see.

Gisele Bundchen, Brady’s wife, said in a May interview that he was concussed last season and that “He has concussions pretty much every ... I mean, we don’t talk about it. He does have concussions.”

New England opens the season tomorrow night at home against the Kansas City Chiefs. However, two teams in the league will not be getting to play this weekend as they will now get a bye.

The week one matchup between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Miami Dolphins has been rescheduled for Week 11 because of the threat from Hurricane Irma. While the teams were hoping to play this weekend in a neutral site game so they could keep their bye on November 19th.

With the game now moved, both teams can now concentrate on safety and taking care of their families as Irma, now a category five hurricane.

No body is thrilled about this situation as both teams will play 16 straight games this season.