Is it already time to bring an end to Ballghazi and an excuse to talk about balls? With this latest interview from Indianapolis Colts player D'Qwell Jackson, who shed new light on Deflate-Gate, it may be time.
Indianapolis Colts linebacker D’Qwell Jackson cleared up his role in deflate-gate, which is to say he had no role in it. Multiple reports said the controversy with the New England Patriots using under-inflated footballs during the AFC championship game started when Jackson intercepted Tom Brady’s pass. Show More Summary
Indianapolis Colts linebacker D'Qwell Jackson told NFL.com's Jeff Darlington that he noticed the Patriots using Colts game balls at one point during the first half. It's an odd development. Each team brings 12 balls to the game and uses its own on offense. Show More Summary
Early in the life of #DeflateGate, it was reported that the situation arose after Colts linebacker D’Qwell Jackson intercepted one of the New England footballs, took it to the sideline, and gave it to the equipment manager, setting in motion a chain of events that led to Thursday’s surreal press conferences from Bill Belichick and…
D’Qwell Jackson didn’t uncover the great conspiracy that’s enveloped the New England Patriots - all he wanted was a souvenir.
Deflategate almost didn't happen.
Did Deflategate start by accident?
As the NFL investigates deflate-gate, a report says that it wasn't just one under-inflated football, which Indianapolis Colts linebacker D'Qwell Jackson happened to intercept, that was suspect. A report by ESPN's Chris Mortensen said...Show More Summary
It’s been reported that #DeflateGate got rolling after Colts linebacker D’Qwell Jackson intercepted a ball thrown by Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and took it to the sideline for inspection by the equipment manager, who noticed that the ball was underinflated and passed the information up the flagpole, prompting the NFL to examine the New England…
One of the key moments of “Inflationgate” came when Colts linebacker D’Qwell Jackson intercepted Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in the second quarter of Sunday’s AFC title game in Foxborough. Per multiple reports, Jackson alerted the club that the ball felt a little light, and from there, the NFL got involved. However, a published report Wednesday…
As the NFL investigates deflate-gate, a report says that it wasn't just one under-inflated football that Indianapolis Colts linebacker D'Qwell Jackson happened to intercept. A report by ESPN's Chris Mortensen said that 11 of the NewShow More Summary
Tom Brady's second-quarter interception to the Indianapolis Colts didn't affect the outcome of the game, but it might end up being very costly after all. When Colts linebacker D'Qwell Jackson picked off Brady deep in Colts territoryShow More Summary
INDIANAPOLIS -- Colts safety Mike Adams and linebacker D'Qwell Jackson will be joining teammates T.Y. Hilton, Andrew Luck, Vontae Davis, Pat McAfee and Adam Vinatieri in Arizona for the Pro Bowl this weekend. Adams was named after spots opened up with Seattle safeties Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor playing in the Super Bowl. Show More Summary
A member of the Colts' staff noticed that the ball was deflated followingD'Qwell Jackson's pick of Tom Brady.
The Colts first noticed that the Patriots might be deflating balls after D'Qwell Jackson's interception in the second quarter. The NFL has launched an investigation into whether the New England Patriots purposely deflated footballs for...Show More Summary
We still don’t know whether or not the New England Patriots were purposely playing with deflated balls, but we now know the moment that sparked the NFL’s investigation into the issue, which is currently taking place. That moment was a second quarter interception by the Colts’ D’Qwell Jackson. After the pick, Jackson gave the ball […]
You can thank D’Qwell Jackson for sparking Deflate-gate. According to Bob Glauber of Newsday, the investigation into whether the Patriots intentionally deflated the footballs in play in Saturday’s AFC Championship game began when Jackson intercepted a Tom Brady pass in the second quarter. Given that each team provides a dozen balls to game officials to…
The NFL's investigation into whether the Patriots deflated footballs during their AFC Championship Game victory over the Colts was triggered by Colts linebacker D'Qwell Jackson's second quarter interception, according to reports from both WCVB's Mike Lynch and Newsday 's Bob Glauber. Show More Summary
Linebacker D’Qwell Jackson made his postseason debut on Sunday afternoon, but it didn’t take him long to figure out that you don’t get much time to enjoy success on the road to the Super Bowl. Jackson said it was great to beat the Bengals, but that his focus shifted to what time the team’s divisional…
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis Colts linebacker D’Qwell Jackson can be forgiven because this is new territory for him. Jackson was on his way into the shower when he realized that he hadn’t taken off his AFC South Champs hat. He didn’t go back to his locker and take the hat off. Show More Summary