NEW YORK (AP) — Have an opinion about Tom Brady? You have plenty of company. The judge in the "Deflategate" case has released the letters he got about the New England quarterback. In the many letters, members of the public offered unsolicited advice to U.S. District Judge Richard Berman. Some suggested ways he could assess the facts himself, including by experimenting with footballs. One, from a Nevada teacher, urged he punish Brady. But most encouraged that Brady be set free from his suspension. The judge put the letters in the formal case record yesterday. Berman lifted Brady's four-game suspension last week, ruling the NFL had failed to properly follow the terms of its contract with players.