Latest information--a locker room attendant for the officials--hired by Kraft and an employee for a decade--behaved unusually in the colts playoff game. He came out on the field (not normal), tried to hand a K-ball to an official to introduce into regular game play (not allowed, and again far from normal). And the other revelation--that this unusual behavior was passed up the line to the NFL VP of game operations--who then visited the locker room at half time and checked all the balls, finding 11 of 12 deflated. This (along with some rebuttals from Colts players themselves) seems to deflate the charge by pats fans that the whole controversy was contrived by the Colts. The attendant is so far refusing to talk to reporters about the incident or his behavior at the game.