By some weird unofficial board policy, you are required to ignore Hurney's first five years in any performance review, and instead focus on his last four, which coincidentally took place when JR returned from heart surgery and fired his sons.
And the heavily Richardson influenced lockout window....where Jerry wanted statements made
But it is the same as drastically overinflating so they fail air requirements, which is what Rodgers admitted to.
Actually if you go by what Rodgers said.....he doesn't admit to that. He advised he liked to see what the refs would do. Which could imply they went for standard inspection and played with what the refs deemed okay.
He never said he altered it. He said he liked them overinflated and push the limits.... would want to see if the refs took some out. If the refs deem it okay it is
Rodgers acknowleged the refs ability to inspect.....didn't claim to alter what the refs gave them back to play with (which is what NE is guilty of)