The New England patriots were accused of deflating footballs to make them easier to throw and the NFL has released a report of its findings.
FOX News Radio's Gurnal Scott reports:
The NFL released a nearly 250-page report on what is known as 'deflategate'. The league found team employees likely took air out of the balls used in the AFC title game versus Indianapolis. It also cited comments from Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady, who said he likes game balls inflated at the low end of the permissible range.
The NFL believes Brady was "generally aware" of the deflations, but team management and the head coach were not. Patriots' ownership continue to dispute the findings.
Gurnal Scott, FOX News Radio.