New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft wants his team's stripped draft picks back.

At least that's what Kraft is saying at the league's annual owner's meetings today in Boca Raton, Florida.

According to ESPN's Patriots Insider Mike Reiss, Kraft said that he has written a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell asking for his team's two picks, which were docked as part of a penalty levied down during the initial Deflategate punishments, to be returned.

Goodell originally fined the team $1 million dollars and took away their first round pick from the 2016 draft and their fourth round pick from the 2017 draft.

Kraft originally accepted the penalties against the team as a way to possibly minimize potential punishment that would be handed down to the team's star quarterback, Tom Brady. Goodell, however, hit the star QB with a 4-game suspension, after Ted Wells' flawed "Wells Report" claimed that "it is more probable than not that Tom Brady was at least generally aware" of ball deflation.

Brady got his 4-game suspension overturned in New York District Appeals Court prior to last season, though the league is currently appealing that ruling.

Although Kraft is now saying that the decision to give the picks back is in the league's hands, Pats fans shouldn't hold their breath.

Goodell and his team of league officials have made it clear time and time again that they are not worried about doing the right thing. They have handled this Deflategate saga with great incompetence and have shown no remorse for the inaccuracies they have spewed out to the public and the inconceivable penalties they have levied against the people involved in the case.

Under Goodell, the league has botched not only the Deflategate case but other cases involving both the link of brain damage to the game of football and domestic violence issues.