(SportsNetwork.com) - A new day brought another wrinkle in the controversy over the balls the New England Patriots used in Sundays AFC Championship Game. While the NFL continues to look into the matter, FoxSports.com reported Wednesday that the Indianapolis Colts were tipped off by the Baltimore Ravens that the Patriots might be doctoring the air in their footballs. The league has been investigating whether the Patriots used underinflated balls during their 45-7 win over Indianapolis in the rain-soaked game at Gillette Stadium, which earned them a berth in the Super Bowl against Seattle. The Patriots beat the Ravens 35-31 in the divisional round eight days earlier. It was reported this week that the Colts were alerted to the possibility the Patriots were using underinflated balls after DQwell Jackson intercepted New England quarterback Tom Brady in the second quarter. But according to FoxSports.com, the NFL had already planned to inspect the footballs at halftime. The report did not specify why. Citing league sources, ESPN.com reported Tuesday night that 11 of the 12 balls used by the Patriots during Sundays game were underinflated by 2 pounds of air pressure per square inch (PSI). NFL rules mandate game balls, which are inspected by the referee, be inflated to 12 1/2 to 13 1/2 PSI. We are continuing our review and will provide information as soon as possible, NFL spokesman Michael Signora told SportsNetwork.com in an email Wednesday. A deflated football is said to be easier to throw and catch in inclement weather. Current and former NFL quarterbacks have weighed in this week, with Green Bay star Aaron Rodgers saying he prefers balls that are inflated on the higher end of the allowable range. Rodgers, saying officials are more likely to take air out of balls when they are inspected, believes the rules should specify a minimum PSI for game balls but not a maximum. Ex-NFL quarterback Brad Johnson told the Tampa Bay Times he paid two ballboys a total of $7,500 to scuff up and break in the balls that were used during the Super Bowl in 2003, when he led the Buccaneers to a win over Oakland. If the Patriots are found to have deflated footballs intentionally, they could be subject to penalties like the ones levied after the team was found to have videotaped defensive signals used by the New York Jets during a game in September 2007. Those penalties included a $500,000 fine for Patriots coach Bill Belichick, a $250,000 fine for the team and the loss of a draft pick. A source told ESPN the league was disappointed ... angry ... distraught over the underinflated balls. According to NFL rules, game balls are required to be inspected by the referee two hours and 15 minutes before kickoff and may not be altered after that. The Patriots say they have cooperated fully with the leagues investigation. Jose Juan Barea Jersey
. -- Packers cornerback Tramon Williams has been fined $26,250 for contact with an official, per NFL guidelines. Jalen Brunson Jersey
.J. -- Freshman Eli Carter scored a career-high 31 points and hit the go-ahead basket in the second overtime as Rutgers rallied to stun No. http://www.mavericksteamofficial.info/jose-juan-barea-mavericks-jersey/
. - The Seattle Seahawks have signed nine players to 2014 future contracts, including quarterback B. Luka Doncic Mavericks Jersey
. Those who impressed in each of the three events were asked to attend the main CFL Combine which begins Friday in Toronto. Steve Nash Mavericks Jersey
. The Cavaliers first-year forward will miss at least three weeks with a strained left knee, the latest setback for the No.Andy Murray begins the defence of his Madrid Open title on Tuesday, live on Sky Sports. You can watch the British No 1 from 11am on Sky Sports 3 HD against Radek Stepanek.He beat Vasek Pospisil for the right to play Murray, last years Madrid winner, in the last-32 as the world No 2 begins his clay court season. Victory over Rafael Nadal in last years final should provide Murray with the ideal springboard in the build-up to the French Open but, traditionally, he can be slow to transition into this phase of the season.Murrays opening game is scheduled to take place after 7pm. Elsewhere, Milos Raonic, Gael Monfils and Borna Coric are in action.One to watch Spains Rafael Nadal has been in red hot form Nadal, the greatest ever clay court player, will be seeking revenge for last years loss to Murray and also kicks off his campaign.Viktor Troicki or Andrey Kuznetsov will oppose the Spaniard who has already captured clay court titles this year in Monte Carlo and Barcelona.Potential upset Juan Martin Del Potro plays on Tuesday Juan Martin Del Potro will be a popular addition to this tournament as he slowly rebuilds himselff from injury, and his wildcard status makes him a threatening proposition.ddddddddddddThe Argentine will face Dominic Thiem, the 14th seed, who will be ruing his luck to have drawn an unseeded player of Del Potros stature.In case you missed it… Watch the bizarre moment a bat stopped play at the Mardid Open Also See: ATP schedule Tennis on Sky Latest scores Get a NOW TV pass Video ' ' '