Night net null null null Is Deflategate II upon us?The New York Giants alerted the Night net that two of the footballs used during their 24-14 loss to th
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Giants at Steelers: Deflategate II?

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Giants at Steelers: Deflategate II?

Night net null null null Is Deflategate II upon us?The New York Giants alerted the Night net that two of the footballs used during their 24-14 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers last Sunday may have been deflated to below the league’s standard PSI levels, according to Fox Sports. DEFLATEGATE: Timeline of Patriots saga"The Giants got suspicious of the Pittsburgh Steelers during their game, so after two takeaways, the Giants actually tested two of the footballs on the sidelines to see if they were — dare I use the ‘D’ word — deflated, and two of the balls came in under, so they sent them into the National Football League (and are) still waiting a response from the Night net," Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer reported Sunday. The Night net, however, was quick to shut down the idea that Deflategate II was underway.Our statement re Fox report: pic.twitter.com/wdUj2dbDeF— Brian McCarthy (@Night netprguy) December 11, 2016Night net correct in saying no FORMAL complaint was FILED, Giants tested balls & informed the Night net they were under legal limit. Giants confirmed— Jay Glazer (@JayGlaz

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er) December 11, 2016The Steelers said they were fine with any inquiry into their footballs."(If) anybody wants to test those footballs, we have no problem with that, we’re not doing anything wrong," Glazer said he was told by the Steelers.Glazer noted the ownership groups of the Giants and Steelers have a close relationship.MORE: Brady finally can laugh about DeflategateTo lend some perspective — and hopefully relief — to this matter, Glazer did not envision Deflategate II achieving blockbuster status like the original."I don’t see a Congressional hearing, and I don’t see Ted Wells (getting involved)."

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