Report: The NFL has zeroed in on the possible culprit of DeflateGate and you won't believe who it is

After the NFL said that they were continuing the on-going investigation with the Patriots and their deflated balls controversy, the league seems to be making progress with the case. According to Jay Glazer of Fox Sports, the league has zeroed in on a Patriots locker room attendant, who took the balls from the officials' locker room and took them to a different area. Glazer says that the NFL has video of this locker room attendant with the footballs and have interviewed him. The league hasn't said if he did anything wrong, but he is a strong person of interest.

Both Bill Belichick and Tom Brady have firmly denied any involvement with deflating footballs and having knowledge that the team even played with under-inflated footballs in the AFC Championship.

Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman thinks that New England won't be punished for anything because of commissioner Roger Goodell and Patriots owner Robert Kraft being good friends. However, if the NFL does have video of the locker room attendant deflating the balls and his testimony that he was instructed to do so, it will be almost impossible not to levy significant penalties against the organization.

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