After a league investigation concluded last week that the Patriots and Tom Brady "more likely than not" purposely deflated game balls, rumors are swirling that the NFL will suspend the New England quarterback.

Arizona Cardinals quarterback and former Michigan State signal caller Drew Stanton joined Mad Dog in the Morning on May 11 and didn't mince words on the subject while calling for Brady to be suspended.

"Is it really above and beyond cheating? I don't think so," Stanton said. "Does it test the integrity of the game in which we play and the rules we're supposed to abide? 100 percent, and that's where I think the issue is.

"When you start dealing with the gray area, you don't really know what's right and wrong. And we're held to higher standard. You look at our personal conduct policy--some of the guys around the leage and what they unfortunately found themselves in this year, and they missed time. And I think if the commissioner is going to do his job and rule with an iron fist as he's supposed to, then you're going to see Tom Brady miss some time and some significant time at that."

Hear his full remarks on Deflategate in the YouTube video above.