Still no decision on “Deflategate” from NFL Commissioner

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Patriots Coach Bill Belichick spotted talking.

FILe - In this Feb. 2, 2015, file photo, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, left, poses with NFL Commissioner Rodger Goodell during a news conference where Goodell presented Brady with the MVP award from the NFL Super Bowl XLIX football game. Brady wants to call Commissioner Goodell as a witness in the appeal of the four-game suspension he was handed for "Deflategate." (John Samora/The Arizona Republic via AP, File)

NEW YORK (WWLP) – It’s been over 2-weeks since Tom Brady appealed his four game suspension, in what has been named “Deflategate.”

While attending the annual Tech and Media conference in Idaho this week, reporters caught up with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell asked when we could expect a final ruling.

Unfortunately the Commissioner remained very mum on the subject, but did say, we could expect an answer very soon. Recently, Goodell was seen talking with Patriots coach Bill Belichick, which sparked rumors that a decision had been reached. The Commissioner claimed, he and Belichick share upcoming meetings.

In case you forgot how “Deflategate” came about, here’s a snippet. During the AFC Championship Game against the Colts, officials claim the balls used by the Pats were under-inflated, supposedly giving the Pats an advantage.

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