Donald Trump says it's "ridiculous" the way the NFL has treated his "great friend" Tom Brady and the league was wrong to suspend him in its Deflategate investigation."To spend $10 million in legal fees, and now it's probably higher than that, it's crazy," the millionaire businessman and Republican presidential candidate said on Fox Business Network last week. "(Brady is) a great star. They ought to go back to playing football. This country has bigger problems."Commissioner Roger Goodell has suspended the Patriots quarterback for the first four games of the regular season for what the NFL has called a scheme in which a Patriots employee deflated footballs before a 45-7 win over the Colts in last season's AFC Championship Game. Brady has said he knew nothing about it.The sides are now arguing the suspension in court. The NFL has asked a New York federal court to declare that its punishment was properly carried out. The players union has countersued, asking it to nullify the suspension. Bills: After the team's top five running backs and first three receivers sat out an 11-10 preseason victory Thursday at Cleveland, running back Fred Jackson and receivers Sammy Watkins and Robert Woods returned to practice Saturday. At running back, the Bills are still without leading rusher LeSean McCoy (hamstring), rookie Karlos Williams from Florida State (undisclosed) and fourth-year pro Bryce Brown (hamstring). Browns: Wide receiver Dwayne Bowe and rookie running back Duke Johnson, expected to be two of the team's top playmakers this season, returned to practice after missing much of training camp with hamstring injuries. Bowe and Johnson hoped they would be able to play in the preseason game against the Bucs on Aug. 29. Jaguars: The team refuted a British newspaper report that it had reached a deal to extend through 2030 its agreement to play one home game a year at London's Wembley Stadium. The current four-year deal expires after next season. The London Times reported about an extension. "There is no agreement but discussions have been frequent and promising," said Jim Woodcock, spokesman for owner Shad Khan.Preseason games: Quarterback Sam Bradford, in his first game since tearing his left ACL in August 2014 for the second time in 11 months, led the Eagles on an 84-yard scoring drive in his only series and host Philadelphia beat the Ravens 40-17. Bradford was 3-of-5 for 35 yards. Tim Tebow got another loud ovation when he entered in the fourth quarter. He was 2-of-5 for 13 yards and ran for 31 yards, including a 26-yarder. The former Gator is competing with Matt Barkley (6-of-14, 86 yards) for the No. 3 job behind Bradford and Mark Sanchez (14-of-20, 118 yards). … Colts first-round draft pick Phillip Dorsett, a receiver from Miami, left in the third quarter of a 23-11 loss to the visiting Bears with a right knee injury. There was no word on his status. … Giants starting middle linebacker Jon Beason left with a knee sprain in the second quarter of a 22-11 win against the visiting Jaguars. There was no word on his status.