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Moving on from Deflategate: Tom Brady is back

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass.  — It’s all ovah! Monday is the day that Patriots fans have been waiting for: Tom Brady is back in action.

His four-game suspension ends Monday and with it, the end to Deflategate. Brady has not been allowed to have any contact with the team since the end of pre-season.

Sunday, he was spotted working out a local school in Brookline, Massachusetts, where he lives.

Brady will begin practicing with the team at Gillette Stadium Monday and will play his first game next Sunday in Cleveland against the Browns.

In his absence, the Patriots went 3-1, losing 16-0 Sunday to the Buffalo Bills in New England’s first shutout since December 2006 and the first ever at Gillette Stadium. Rookie quarterback Jacoby Brissett started the game. The team’s original backup Jimmy Garoppolo has been sidelined since Week 2 with a shoulder injury.

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