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NFL determines Patriots used deflated footballs during AFC Championship, per report -
The NFL investigation turned up deflated footballs, but is not yet concluded.

Tom Brady and the Patriots can do whatever they want on offense -
Why is it so hard to defend the New England Patriots offense? Danny Kelly breaks down the secrets from the NFL's most creative playbook.

Inside the Senior Bowl Practice: Tuesday South Report | Pewter Report
Under the guidance of the NFL’s most enthusiastic coach, the Jags’ Gus Bradley, the Senior Bowl South team took the field at Fairhope High School just outside of Mobile, Ala. for their first practice of the week.

Inside The Senior Bowl Practice: Tuesday North Report | Pewter Report
The North practice kicked off at Ladd-Peebles Stadium following the Reese’s Senior Bowl weigh-in. The Tennessee Titans coaching staff conducted the drills and the participants were dressed in shells (shoulder pads, helmets and shorts), enjoying the sunny and unseasonably warm conditions in Mobile, Ala.

How Bucs let Michael Bennett get away - ESPN
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers let Michael Bennett go when he wanted to stay, and now he's an integral part of the defense for the Seattle Seahawks.

Baylor QB Bryce Petty using Senior Bowl to boost draft stock | Tampa Bay Times
MOBILE, Ala. — The quarterback conversation at the top of the NFL draft often begins and ends with Oregon's Marcus Mariota and Florida State's Jameis Winston.Bryce Petty would like to change that.

Bucs QB Johnson paid to have footballs altered before SB 37 | Tampa Bay Times
Four days before the biggest game of his life, quarterback Brad Johnson broke an NFL rule to help the Bucs win Super Bowl XXXVII.

Dominik Says Mariota, Winston Will Go 1-2 Overall, Prefers Mariota | Pewter Report
Former Bucs GM and current ESPN analyst Mark Dominik said that if he were still calling the shots in Tampa Bay he would select Oregon QB Marcus Mariota No. 1.