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After the 2015 AFC Championship game between the New England Patriots and the Indianapolis Colts, the Patriots were accused of deflating their footballs to gain an unfair advantage over their opponents. A subsequent investigation by the NFL led to the publication of a report named after Ted Wells, its main author. The Wells report's central conclusion was that the Patriots and their quarterback, Tom Brady, were at least generally aware of what was deemed to be probable illicit behavior by somedoi:10.3233/jsa-150014 fatcat:wup4pejrtfaifcyuiv4pj4n2x4