"All footballs were in compliance with NFL rules following the pregame inspection process and all proper procedures were followed," NFL vice president of football communications Michael Signora said in a statement. "In the third quarter, a football that was found to be defective was removed from play, will be sent back to Wilson for review."
The statement was sent in response to a report from Howard Eskin of WIP radio in Philadelphia, who was on the sideline Thursday night. Eskin reported a Pittsburgh football looked " very deflated" and was "like a marshmallow."
The league's statement on the matter suggests we will not get a "Deflategate Preseason Edition."