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Dolphins lose first round pick, owner suspended for violating Tom Brady

The NFL is suspended Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and fined him $1.5 million for forgery Tom Brady and Sean Payton after a six-month investigation stemming from Brian Flores’ racial discrimination lawsuit against the league.

The league’s investigation found that the Dolphins did not intentionally miss games during the 2019 season, but the team had impermissible communications with Brady and his agent, Don Yee. The league announced the findings of the investigation on Tuesday.

The Dolphins will lose a first-round pick in the 2023 NFL draft and a third-round pick in the 2024 draft. Ross is suspended until Oct. 17. He may not be present at team facilities and may not represent the club at any NFL team or event. He also cannot attend any league meetings prior to the 2023 annual meeting and is removed from all league committees indefinitely.

Dolphins vice president/limited partner Bruce Beal was fined $500,000 and cannot attend any league meetings for the rest of the year.

Miami becomes the first team to lose a first-round pick since the New England Patriots were removed from the 2016 first round as part of the team’s punishment for the Deflategate scandal.

The Associated Press contributed to this report

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