Paul and Kellie Goodrow believe that Tom Brady is being held prisoner by the NFL. Now, they're taking a stand against the league in the best way they know how.

They're refusing to go on their own honeymoon.

If you're confused by the Goodrow's strategy here, don't be: Calling it half-baked would be a compliment. Still, the couple is holding strong and have postponed their honeymoon to Bermuda until the NFL's suspension of Brady is lifted.

The couple, who were married earlier this month, attended a "Free Tom Brady" rally held Sunday in Foxboro, Massachusetts.

"Til' Brady is back on the field, that's the way it is," Paul Goodrow said. "I've been a fan my whole life, since 1982. Actually, I have tattoos of Tom Brady on my body."

The irony of the situation is that, while the Goodrows abstain from their tropical vacation, Brady might take their place -- what else to do with four weeks of free time in September?

But the couple is comfortable with their decision, noting that the honeymoon isn't cancelled, just delayed. Meanwhile, they are able to show their full support for Brady and draw some attention to their cause.

"Our whole house is Patriots," he said. "It's like a man cave. It's like my wife doesn't even live there."

Sounds like a perfect start to their marriage.

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