Robert Kraft calls Tom Brady's ban 'unfathomable,' apologizes to Pats fans

Kraft: 'I was wrong to put my faith in the league'

Patriots owner Robert Kraft expresses his disappointment in the league disparaging Tom Brady and upholding Brady's four-game suspension.

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft blasted the NFL on Wednesday for upholding quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension, calling it "unfathomable," while apologizing to the team's fans for agreeing to accept the league's penalties.

"I was wrong to put my faith in the league," Kraft said, noting that in doing so he felt it would help exonerate Brady.

"Six months removed from the AFC Championship Game, the league still has no hard evidence of anybody doing anything to tamper with the PSI levels of footballs. I continue to believe and unequivocally support Tom Brady.

"I, first and foremost, need to apologize to our fans because I truly believe what I did in May -- given the actual evidence of the situation, and the league's history on discipline matters -- would make it much easier for the league to exonerate Tom Brady.

"Unfortunately I was wrong."