Ted Wells will be present during Tom Brady's appeal hearing in New York on Tuesday.

Brady is appealing a four-game suspension stemming from Wells' 243-page report, which found that the star quarterback was "at least generally aware" of a scheme to illegally deflate footballs for the AFC Championship Game.


Brady will be represented by the NFL Players Association and its outside counsel, Jeffrey Kessler, during the appeal process.


Wells will be available to answer questions from both Brady's side and commissioner Roger Goodell, who will hear the appeal and ultimately decide whether the suspension will stand, be reduced or vacated.