It was not all cheers when Tom Brady and the New England Patriots took the field for the first day of training camp on Thursday. While supporters and fans convened on Gillette Stadium clad in "Free Tom Brady" t-shirts, an airplane flew over the practice with a trailing banner that read: "Cheaters look up!" along with the Twitter handle of a New York Jets fan website. The team began practice just a day after team owner Robert Kraft blasted the NFL for upholding Brady's four-game suspension over Deflategate. Both the players union and NFL filed lawsuits in support of their argument in U.S. District Court. Earlier Thursday, a judge in Minnesota rejected the players union suit and said the case would be heard in New York.