Fans watch during the New England Patriots NFL football training camp in Foxborough, Mass., Saturday, Aug. 1, 2015. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)
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The anguish won't end when the Philadelphia Eagles and Indianapolis Colts become the last teams to report to camp over the weekend. Tom Brady's lawsuit seeking to overturn his four-game suspension will hang over the league until a resolution is reached.Brady sued the league after Goodell upheld his four-game suspension this week, with the commissioner ruling the NFL's biggest name destroyed his cellphone to obstruct the inquiry by investigator Ted Wells.Brady's suspension is the enduring footprint of an offseason in which the league was sullied on a seemingly daily basis.This, after a 2014 season marked by domestic abuse cases that placed the names Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson, and Greg Hardy in the spotlight for their off-field misbehavior.Goodell declared at his annual state-of-the-league address that the NFL made "enormous progress" on social issues after the incessant barrage of disturbing developments in 2014 . The New York Giants, however, have no firsthand knowledge about the extent of the hand injuries Pro Bowl defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul sustained in his fireworks accident in Florida.
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