(e) Objections to Presentence Investigation Report

No later than fourteen (14) days after receiving the initial presentence report, counsel for the government and counsel for the defendant shall deliver to the probation officer, and to each other, written objections of fact or guideline application to the initial presentence report. If counsel has no objections, counsel shall so notify the probation officer in writing. Delivery of said objections shall be made by mail, in person, or by facsimile transmission. A party waives any objection to the presentence report by failing to comply with this rule unless the court determines that the basis for the objection was not reasonably available prior to the deadline.