The Globe’s NFL reporter, Ben Volin, has been sifting through the flurry of documents the NFL Players’ Association filed in an amended lawsuit Tuesday.
Here are the highlights he has come across so far:
The Colts’ email thread
Tom Brady’s personal emails
■ Assistant US attorney Eric Christofferson said Brady was “amazingly calm” during his January news conference. He also said the media’s handling of the initial news was “absurd.”
■ Brady asked for two different projects about his net worth, though details were redacted:
■ He planned a dinner with Canucks owner Francesco Aquilini, who also arranged for Brady to speak to some of his players:
Brady is friends with the Canucks owner, and was invited to speak to a small group of players about sports science when team came to Boston— Ben Volin (@BenVolin) August 5, 2015
Brady agreed to speak to the players and in exchange asked Aquilini to make a donation to his foundation.
Apparently the Sedin Twins, 35, wanted to hear Brady's secrets to keeping his body young— Ben Volin (@BenVolin) August 5, 2015
The thing Brady wanted kept private, BTW, was a meeting he and his body coach Alex Guerrero had with a few members of the Vancouver Canucks— Ben Volin (@BenVolin) August 5, 2015
■ Brady doesn’t want to write a book until well after his career is over:
■ He went on the hunt for some new Tom Ford duds:
■ Other email tidbits:
Dozens and dozens of pages of emails from Josh McDaniels to Brady detailing game plans, opponent tendencies, etc. All redacted. Too bad— Ben Volin (@BenVolin) August 5, 2015
Here is the report McDonough suggested Brady.
■ Deadspin has more on Brady’s emails: a pool cover color debate, an apology from Robert Kraft, and trying to purchase a domain name for his company, TB12.
The letter from AT&T
Robert Kraft’s character reference for Brady
Ted Wells’s testimony at the appeal hearing
Ted Wells testified that Exponent was paid $600,000 for their work on the science aspect. Dr. Marlow was paid an undisclosed fee— Ben Volin (@BenVolin) August 4, 2015
Troy Vincent’s testimony
Rachel G. Bowers contributed to this report.