NFL players react to Deflategate on Twitter

Current and former NFL players react to Deflategate on Twitter.
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On Tuesday night, ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported that 11 of New England Patriots' 12 allotted footballs used at Sunday's AFC title game against the Indianapolis Colts were under-inflated by two pounds of air (PSI) less than league regulations allow.

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After Mortensen's report, CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reported that members of the Baltimore Ravens said they think slightly underinflated kicking balls were used during their AFC divisional round game against New England. Other current and former NFL players took to Twitter to share their thoughts on Deflategate. 

Denver Broncos DT Terrance Knighton:

Colts TE Dwayne Allen:

Former NFL quarterback Matt Leinart

Colts cornerback Darius Butler:

Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski

Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee:

Former NFL wide receiver Jerry Rice:

Patriots cornerback Brandon Browner:

Carolina Panthers kicker Graham Gano:

Atlanta Falcons kicker Matt Bryant:

Former NFL QB Tim Hasselbeck:

New York Giants OG Geoff Schwartz: