Brady Busted! Patriots' QB Aware Of Deflated Footballs

As reports unfold in what's being known as 'DeflateGate', a league-sanctioned investigation into the incident has found that New England Patriots star quarterback Tom Brady was "generally aware" that his locker room staff deflated footballs.
After referees examined them back in January, during the AFC Championship Game against the Indianapolis Colts.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft denied the accusations as he issued a lengthy statement on the team's website that reiterated that the New England Patriots "had done nothing inappropriate."
The Patriots defeated the Colts 45-7 in the AFC Championship and went on to win the Super Bowl where Tom Brady was named the Super Bowl MVP.
In a press conference held back in January Brady denied allegations. Where he stated that he prefers his footballs inflated to 12.5 pounds per square inch. Adding that on many occasions, he has never asked for balls to be deflated outside of the rules.