EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - NOVEMBER 15: Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots calls out the play in the final minute of the game against the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium on November 15, 2015 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.The New England Patriots defeated the New York Giants 27-26. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

Reports note the NFL could be taking extreme measures trying to catch Tom Brady, Patriots cheating

Anything to catch the Pats, right?

Tom Brady is set to miss the first four games of the NFL regular season, and the guidelines have been set that the quarterback can't have any football conversations with any member of the New England Patriots.

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With the scope of what the NFL expects widely known at this point, Bleacher Report's Mike Freeman  spoke to two league executives who believe the league is trying to "catch Brady of the Patriots trying to cheat the suspension."

According to the report, an AFC source reportedly told Freeman they wouldn't be surprised if "a team, or even the NFL, had someone watching Brady's house to see if Patriots teammates show up there.

Freeman notes it's hard to believe the league or a team would actually do that, but judging by how DeflateGate has played out, would it really surprise anyone?

Brady allegedly was aware of the deflating of footballs ahead of the team's AFC Championship game two years ago. The Patriots were hit with stiff fines that included a $1 million penalty and multiple draft picks taken away. Patriots staff members were also suspended stemming from the incident.