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News Blitz 2/3: NFL says it has no PSI data to release

Today’s News Blitz has a lot of stories out of San Francisco, including the NFL saying it has no PSI data to release from the 2015 season.

Deflategate won't go away any time soon, especially with the issue remaining in the court system until at least March.

What did apparently go away very quickly, though, was any data on ball inflation/deflation PSI that the NFL collected over the course of the 2015 season.

After declaring last summer that ball pressures would be measured and recorded at various times in various games through the year, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said on Tuesday that no such data exists and that the measurements were simply meant as a deterrent.

In non-football news, the* Herald *passes along word that Brady took the top spot on US Trendy’s Boston’s 50 Most Fashionable list, with his little buddy Julian Edelman landing at No. 6 on the list. has its own very critical piece regarding Goodell’s PSI misstep. While most of the world is revisiting Deflategate, former Rams running back and NFLN analyst Marshall Faulk is still talking about Spygate. looks at the new contract Vinny Curry signed with the Eagles, which could be a factor as the Patriots and Chandler Jones long down the road toward a potential extension with the Pro Bowl pass rusher. The site also has the Browns deciding to cut ties with Johnny Manziel after repeated off-field issues. passes along Boomer Esiason saying he believes Brady has four or five more good years ahead of him in New England. notes that Patriots fans trailed only the Broncos in searching for flights to the Super Bowl before the AFC and NFC Championship games were played. 

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