Details of New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady's emails are being made public.
According to the Boston Globe, those emails became public when the NFL Players Association refiled an amended lawsuit against the NFL on Brady’s behalf after the NFL upheld its four-game suspension for Brady's alleged involvement in the "DeflateGate" scandal.
The judge handling the lawsuit refused to allow either party to submit evidence under seal, meaning that the 1,408 emails from Brady's Patriots account were entered into evidence.
The emails don't provide any acknowledgement that Brady knew about underinflated footballs used in the AFC Championship Game.
Instead, the emails detail more of Brady's personal life, including his thoughts on a book deal, his skiing trip in Montana after the Super Bowl and his plans for a foundation.