Deflategate 2: Giants Reportedly Alert NFL Of Steelers’ Deflated Footballs

UPDATE (Sunday, Dec. 11 at 3:02 p.m. ET: The NFL released a statement less than an hour after Glazer’s report.

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ORIGINAL STORY: Deflategate hasn’t died just yet.

According to FOX Sports’ Jay Glazer, the New York Giants filed a complaint with the NFL last week after finding that two of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ footballs were under-inflated. The Steelers defeated the Giants in that Week 13 matchup, 24-14.

We’ll let Glazer himself explain this new fiasco.

Is Deflategate 2 on the horizon? Only time will tell.

The New England Patriots were punished harshly for their role in the original Deflategate saga. They were forced to pay a $1 million fine and forfeit a first- and fourth-round draft pick. Patriots quarterback Tom Brady ultimately was suspended four games for his alleged involvement, a punishment he served at the beginning of the 2016 season.

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