According to multiple reports, the NFL and NFLPA have agreed to forego a preliminary injunction and will seek to negotiate a settlement.
Mike Kensil was the source for ESPN's ultimately incorrect report of 11 of 12 Patriots' AFC Championship Game balls being under inflated, according to WEEI.
The NFL reportedly didn't make its initial notes of from the Deflategate investigation - before the Wells Report - available to the NFLPA.
2yAgainst the Jets it was a bit of a mix, and the Patriots got mixed results. They scored just one touchdown after the first quarter and watched a 10-point lead vanish as they punted on five of their six possessions in the second half.
2yBecause of the win, the Patriots won't focus on Devin McCourty's fourth-quarter fumble. They'll thank him for the early touchdown on a kick return instead.
2yIn overtime, Patriots linebacker Rob Ninkovich made the type of game-winning play New England has been lacking. His forced fumble and recovery closed out a 29-26 OT victory over the Jets.
2yThe Jets had their chances to win on Sunday but lost to the Patriots in overtime, 26-23. If not for their own self-inflicted errors, they thought, it could be them sitting atop the AFC East at 4-3, not the Patriots.
2yDespite making the game-tying and winning field goals Sunday, Stephen Gostkowski didn't hang around after New England's 29-26 OT victory. All about riding the wave.
2yThe Patriots blow a fourth-quarter lead for the second time in two weeks, but still go home happy as Stephen Gostkowski ties the game with a field goal as time expired and then wins it with with an field goal for in overtime for a 29-26 victory over the Jets.
2yThe New York Jets are within a touchdown of the lead after a first half at Gillette in which they seemed overmatched.