The NFL will fine the Jets $100,000 in the Darrelle Revis tampering case, but will not subtract any draft picks from New York, according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.

According to ESPN New York’s Rich Cimini, there could be a resolution to the Jets’ tampering with Darrelle Revis situation before the start of the draft Thursday.

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell told PBS’ Charlie Rose on Monday that he anticipates the Deflategate investigation will be over “soon,” and added that it’s his understanding that investigator Ted Wells has “finished the interview portion” of his probe.

Many have wondered where Tom Brady was last Thursday when he didn’t attend the White House with the rest of his team as the Patriots were honored by President Obama.

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Whichever team takes Todd Gurley will probably invest too much.</p>
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This week will mark the 100-day mark since Indy GM Ryan Grigson griped to the NFL about the air pressure in the footballs in the AFC title game against the Patriots, sparking Deflategate.

ESPN NFL draft analyst Todd McShay said on Friday’€™s Dale & Holley program that UConn defensive back Byron Jones would be a smart pick for the Patriots in next week’€™s draft.

In a media session with Associated Press Sports Editors Friday in Kansas City, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said there was nothing new to report regarding Deflategate, and that special investigator Ted Wells had not been given a deadline as to when his probe would be completed.

Could Blake Sims be this year's late-round or UDFA quarterback pickup for the Patriots?</p>
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