• Evidence says Patriots first-half footballs too light


    National Football League investigators have found evidence that first-half footballs used by the New England Patriots in their play-off victory over Indianapolis were under-inflated, the league said Friday. In a statement outlining where to ongoing “Deflategate’ probe stands but offering little firm news, the NFL said the Patriots’ offensive unit played with balls that had less air and were therefore easier to grip, catch and throw until half-time, but how that happened remains a mystery.


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