NFL-Goodell says NFL 'moving on' from Deflategate drama (Reuters)

By Steve Keating HOUSTON, Feb 1 (Reuters) – Roger Goodell is happy to let Deflategate go but it was clear on Wednesday some others are not yet ready to move on as the NFL commissioner was grilled about his motives around the deflated football scandal. More than two years after New England quarterback Tom Brady was accused of tampering with footballs used during the AFC Championship game, Patriots fans still bristle at the cheating accusations directed at them. After a probe determined Brady was “generally aware” of a plot to break rules, followed by months of appeals, the book on Deflategate appeared to finally close when the future Hall of Famer was suspended for the first four games of the 2016 season.