Following the release of the Wells Report on Wednesday, on Thursday Tom Brady‘s agent Don Yee released a statement. The statement called the Wells Report “a significant and terrible disappointment.”

ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter joined Dennis & Callahan Thursday morning to talk about the Wells Report on Deflategate and what he thinks might happen to Tom Brady and the Patriots.

Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski responded to the charges in the Wells Report with a quick video statement on Wednesday afternoon:

Tom Brady could face a fine or suspension for his role in Deflategate. (Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)THIS is what we waited 103 days for?

Tom Brady was found to be 'generally aware' of deflated footballs. (Getty Images)Hope the Commissioner is happy with his league's hatchet job on the most successful quarterback to ever play the game.



Tom Brady Sr. vehemently defended his son Wednesday in the wake of the release of the Wells Report, which seemed to lay the blame (at least partially) at his feet.

In non-Deflategate news, according to multiple reports, free agent linebacker and former Patriot Brandon Spikes is at Gillette Stadium for a visit on Tuesday.

The following is the full text of a statement from Patriots owner Robert Kraft made after the Wells Report was issued Wednesday afternoon:

The league has released the Wells Report, a 243-page document investigation into the matter of Deflategate, and at first glance, it appears to implicate quarterback Tom Brady

The Patriots are among the NFL teams showing interest in undrafted offensive lineman La’el Collins, according to Nick Underhill and Ross Dellenger of The New Orleans Advocate.