Several people enjoyed the lighthearted joke, with one tweeting, "KDKA had this awesome graphic up to describe Tom Brady".
Well, it was worth it: the KDKA employee who added the "known cheater" graphic to a video featuring Tom Brady has been fired.
One (now unemployed) control room staffer at a Pittsburgh TV station wishes he wasn't. The employee was not identified, but it's pretty certain he bleeds Steeler black and gold.
"While fans are entitled to have personal opinions, we have a journalistic responsibility to provide unbiased reporting". Michael Telek said he meant to inject a little humor at the end of a Pittsburgh news broadcast Monday, USA Today reports, but his bosses didn't find it amusing. Sports Illustrated reports that KDKA has fired the staffer.
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Telek even said he loves Tom Brady and called him the best player in the NFL.
Brady's cheating has been a topic of conversation since the "Deflategate" scandal in which Brady was alleged to have directed the purposeful deflation of footballs used in the 2015 AFC Championship game. "You're killing it bro anyway cya laker oops that was a typo I meant cya later". "But for this? I was like. when it's something soft and light, we can be soft and light with it".
"Five-time Super Bowl champion" could be popular. "Whatever money we make, I'm going to have it go to charity in Tom Brady's name".