Here's the full NFL Deflategate Report, incriminating texts and all

Wells report tosses around lots of probables in direction of locker room attendant, equipment assistant and New England Patriots QB Tom Brady himself

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady celebrates after the Patriots scored a touchdown in the third quarter of their NFL AFC Divisional playoff football game against the Houston Texans in Foxborough, Massachusetts January 13, 2013. Credit: REUTERS/Brian Snyder

The National Football League's long-awaited Investigative "Report Concerning Footballs Used During the AFC Championship Game on January 18, 2015" concludes it is "more probable than not" that New England Patriots personnel violated league rules and that Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was not in the dark about it.

"Based on the evidence developed in connection with the investigation and summarized in this Report, we have concluded that it is more probable than not that New England Patriots personnel participated in violations of the NFL Playing Rules and were involved in a deliberate attempt to circumvent those rules," the so-called Wells Report concludes.

A slew of cellphone calls and texts in the weeks and months before the game, as well as right after it, provided some of the more damning evidence against the Patriots and some of the more entertaining reading in the report. Brady chose not to part with any of his texts or emails despite assurances his devices themselves would not be taken.

NFL Deflategate Report

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