Police in Maine denied they 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 the Portland Press Herald, the NFL contacted police in Scarborough Tuesday to warn authorities about the decision and how it may not settle well with some fans. However, Scarborough Police Chief Robert A. Moulton says they were never asked to provide private security.
Brady was suspended for his role in using underinflated footballs during the AFC championship game
Scarborough police added they are not planning any special protection, and that no threats or problems have arisen since the announcement. Authorities have also added that taxpayers dollars are not being used.
Brady released a statement on his Facebook page Wednesday morning saying he was disappointed in the decision and says he did nothing wrong.