NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says "there is no timeline" for Tom Brady's four-game "Deflategate" suspension appeal.

Goodell tells the "Pittsburgh Tribune-Review" the league wants to make sure they have a fair and open process, and the decision will take as long as it takes.

Brady was accused of knowingly playing with deflated footballs in the AFC Championship Game six months ago.  His appeal hearing was four weeks ago.

Goodell says they "will make a decision as quickly as possible."

The NFL Player's Association has made it clear that if Brady's suspension is not completely wiped out they will file an injunction with a federal court. (Metro Networks Inc.)