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Brady's personal coach discusses injuries that Belichick denied

At the end of the 2009 season, Charley Casserly of CBS reported that Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was playing with broken ribs, and Patriots coach Bill Belichick responded by lashing out at Casserly and asking, “Who’s been wrong more than Charley Casserly?

As it turns out, the person who fills out the Patriots’ injury report has been wrong more than Charley Casserly.

Brady’s personal throwing coach, Tom Martinez, has confirmed that Brady had broken ribs and a broken finger that were bothering him leading up to the Patriots’ Week 16 game against the Jaguars.

He had a broken finger and three broken ribs,” Martinez told ESPN.com. “He wasn’t throwing well.”

Albert Breer of the Boston Globe writes that the news of Brady’s broken ribs and broken finger was withheld because Brady didn’t want to use his injuries as an excuse for poor play.

Whatever the reason, teams aren’t supposed to withhold injury information.

And Belichick was wrong to attack Casserly with a lie.

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  1. august says: Jul 3, 2010 9:56 AM

    Belichick is never wrong. He decided.

  2. Patriots51 says: Jul 3, 2010 10:00 AM

    Belichick didnt say he was lying, he said ” who has been more wrong then Casserly” all he was doing was making a point

  3. RedsGhost says: Jul 3, 2010 10:04 AM

    There you go on one of your Anti-Patriot rants!

  4. Ravenmuscle says: Jul 3, 2010 10:06 AM

    Unfortunately it was the Patriot defense that really sucked when the Ravens destroyed the Patty Rots by running the ball down their throats in the playoff game.
    The Patriot defense is OLD and BAD.

  5. Slow Joe says: Jul 3, 2010 10:09 AM

    Belichick is a helluva coach. But he’s also a douchebag.
    Is that a requirement?

  6. The Oven says: Jul 3, 2010 10:11 AM

    Belicheat has embarrased that franchise too many times. Time to find a new coach.

  7. Unbreakable02215 says: Jul 3, 2010 10:12 AM

    Brady ain’t goin soft. He’s The Man. He’s a tough SOB. He learned you keep his mouth shut about injuries from Bledsoe. Man purse, going soft, super model wife, say what you want about him. He’s good for the NFL. I’m glad he’s the QB of the team I root for as opposed to some of these other guys out there. Him and Manning and Brees, then everyone else. I mean, coming back off of major reconstructive Knee surgery, broken finger on throwing hand, three broken ribs. Says
    all you need to know about Brady.

  8. hotep999 says: Jul 3, 2010 10:17 AM

    “Who’s been wrong more than Charley Casserly?”
    That’s a question about C.C, not a lie. Example:
    *press question, ” Coach B.B, doe’s the Patriot’s logo resemble Elvis?”
    *B.B response, ” Have you ever seen Elvis perform live?”
    B.B is excellent with word play! You you obviously bought into it.

  9. InBBWeTrust says: Jul 3, 2010 10:33 AM

    RAVENMUSCLE
    You’re not a bright guy are you?
    Pats defense is one of the youngest in the league. Bad? Ok ranked 5th in points allowed but if that’s bad to you, fine.

  10. Ray Ray is soft says: Jul 3, 2010 10:35 AM

    @ Raven….how come you always rant about what the Ravens going do or what they did.That playoff game was a fluke and few people see it…trust me when week 6 come we going see the Ravens get there ass handed to them.

  11. GirthyOne says: Jul 3, 2010 10:40 AM

    Bill Lie-ichick not coming clean, shocking?
    Maybe he filmed it! *****************

  12. trotter420 says: Jul 3, 2010 10:41 AM

    i like belichick but he’s kind of a deusche. casserly is the man. love his work on the nfl network. he’s like a kind, old…uncle remis

  13. andy reid's belt says: Jul 3, 2010 10:43 AM

    If the Patriots continually withhold injury information, then why doesn’t the league fine the socks off of them and if that doesn’t work, take away their precious draft choices….bet that would stop it

  14. thehoodedone says: Jul 3, 2010 10:45 AM

    Hey Ravens fans, the Bills fans are still bragging about that ONE time they beat the Pats in 2003. Any given Sunday.

  15. GRpatriot says: Jul 3, 2010 10:50 AM

    Wow, Smith very enlightning story! Take the rest of the day off!
    The media doesn’t like BB because he won’t dance to you’re tune. So, in general they dislike him. awwww! I’m sure you’ve ruined his Holiday weekend. LOL wink, wink….
    He doesn’t care what we think! I’ll take that back! He doesn’t care what the media thinks. I think he has the same disdain for what you do, that you have for him! Football is a game, why should he make your life easier? He choose his lot in life as did you! Don’t expect anymore or anyless information from him. It’s just not the way he operates.
    Rex on the other hand will provide you with plenty of assinine comments to write about. In fact, he enjoys shooting off his mouth!

  16. Occam says: Jul 3, 2010 10:52 AM

    This story is a fabrication. If I’ve learned one thing from the PFT posters, it’s that Brady is soft and girly. There’s absolutely no way he could play with broken ribs.

  17. polishkingski says: Jul 3, 2010 10:52 AM

    ISN`T THAT CHEATING? to me that sounds like tommy boy didn`t want to get his ribs pounded on by the jags. i cannot blame him though. i broke ribs on two seperate occasions under the crown royal curse and i can say there is notning, NOTHING more painful then broken ribs. shit man, you can`t even breathe without pain let alone play a pro football game.

  18. Citizen Strange says: Jul 3, 2010 10:54 AM

    Belichick is so crooked that when he dies they will have to corkscrew him into the ground to bury him.

  19. sportsd says: Jul 3, 2010 10:57 AM

    Ok, he didn’t actually lie but what was CC supposed to say in response to that? What he should have said was “You are” but that is career suicide. Will NFL take some action on this arrogant SOB?

  20. borg says: Jul 3, 2010 10:58 AM

    It has also been reported that Brady ignored Peyton Manning’s advice. “When things are going bad, blame your O linemen and liquored up kicker. “

  21. stanjam says: Jul 3, 2010 11:01 AM

    Umm, have to agree, that isn’t a lie about his qb, that is a question about a reporter. There is a difference.
    The real news here should be that many people have been questioning Brady’s commitment and toughness. Now we learn that on Christmas morning, with a broken finger and ribs, Brady was worried about his mechanics, and went for help (and got it).
    Most players wouldn’t have gone to work that day. Most wouldn’t have taken the field in that condition. Even more would have just chalked up the poor play to injury and rested XMas day. NOT Brady.
    Who isn’t committed?

  22. JoeSixPack says: Jul 3, 2010 11:02 AM

    Belichick and all the other coaches who don’t give away every team secret to the media are REALLY making it tough for the NFL to help Mafia bookies make money.
    Goodell isn’t going to like Belichick thumbing his nose and mocking the relationship between the NFL and La Cosa Nostra – I expect a fine – perhaps a broken thumb.
    How is the Mafia supposed to set accurate odds if coaches don’t help them?
    This is an outrage.

  23. PFTiswhatitis says: Jul 3, 2010 11:03 AM

    “trotter420 says:
    July 3, 2010 10:41 AM
    i like belichick but he’s kind of a deusche. casserly is the man. love his work on the nfl network. he’s like a kind, old…uncle remis”
    Are you SH1TTING ME? Casserly is a total Deuchebag. He wears a toupe’ for crying out loud. I can’t believe you’d even put him in the same sentence with Belichick. Fricken ignorant people.

  24. digitalbath says: Jul 3, 2010 11:03 AM

    Ray Ray is soft says:
    July 3, 2010 10:35 AM
    @ Raven….how come you always rant about what the Ravens going do or what they did.That playoff game was a fluke and few people see it…trust me when week 6 come we going see the Ravens get there ass handed to them.
    —————————-
    really??,,fluke??,,yeah not that many saw it cause all the pats fans were leaving by 2nd quarter,,the biggest fairweather fan based org in the league

  25. robhug71 says: Jul 3, 2010 11:08 AM

    Brady, like Peyton, has proven time and time again that he is the greatest quarterback of our time … so long as everything runs smoothly around him.
    But the first sign of adversity (injuries, old offensive line, poor defense, etc., etc.) and Brady rattles and turns into a mere sixth-round draft pick.
    Such a shame!!!

  26. robhug71 says: Jul 3, 2010 11:10 AM

    Who’s been wrong more than Charlie Casserly? That’s easy: ESPN’s Adam Schefter!!! It ain’t even close.

  27. HC says: Jul 3, 2010 11:18 AM

    The bitterness between Casserly and Belichick goes way back. Some think that it started when Casserly not only dismissed and did not respond to the incident when the Dolphins obtained audio tapes of the Patriots audibles from the previous games prior to their game in 2006, but he then twisted it around and accused Belichick of videotaping opponents practices.
    It goes beyond that to changes the Competition Committee while Casserly was on the committee. There were changes to protect the quarterback, and a directive of a ‘point of emphasis’ in the amount of contact a defender could have with an eligible receiver. The change was put in effect in direct response to the Patriots strategy that allowed them to neutralize the Rams in the 2001 Super Bowl and the Colts in the 2004 AFCCG. Ironically, those same rule changes resulted in New England having a record-setting offense in 2007.

  28. borg says: Jul 3, 2010 11:20 AM

    Belichick’s MILF has giant knockers….wha da man now!

  29. NzYme says: Jul 3, 2010 11:24 AM

    You hear more and more discontent coming out of NE these days. What’s going on over there? Is it just a case of Belichick not being able to throw his weight around when he’s not winning Super Bowls?

  30. joetoronto says: Jul 3, 2010 11:25 AM

    For so long everyone thought Bellichick was a “genius”, a defensive “guru.”
    Lately however, we’ve been starting to see that he’s not all that after all.
    In the past, the Patsies won Super Bowls with a bunch of no names. Now they bring in high priced talent like Randy Moss and don’t make it.
    The deception is over, Bellichick has to play on a level playing field now and things are clearly different.
    The ole gray mare, she ain’t what she used to be.

  31. Dolphinatic13 says: Jul 3, 2010 11:28 AM

    This bum has been manipulating the teams injury report for years now, and the league keeps allowing him to get away with it. Come on commish! lets crack down on the hoodie once and for all. The arrogance of Belichick has once again resulted in a direct slap in the face to the rules of the game, and not to mention a big F-U to your authority. Sorry Tommy, but not mentioning an injury because you don’t want it to be the excuse for poor play is not is not an excuse for poor play! You still lost that game because you couldn’t throw correctly dummy.

  32. drumbug71 says: Jul 3, 2010 11:32 AM

    Arent there NFL guidelines that say teams HAVE to disclose any injuries? Do you think the Patriots are going to face penalties or fines because they werent totally truthful about Brady being injured?

  33. HC says: Jul 3, 2010 11:46 AM

    More on where things started to go bad between Casserly and Belichick:
    “Charley Casserly, the former general manager of the Washington Redskins and Houston Texans who was on the competition committee at the time. “We went back to the Super Bowl with St. Louis and New England. We looked at a lot of things, a lot of games. Clearly, the rule was not being enforced as it was written. That’s why we made the change.”
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/01/16/AR2008011603650.html

  34. GRpatriot says: Jul 3, 2010 11:54 AM

    Well. The same old tired rhetoric! The fact is Belichick is simply better than your Coach!
    So the Patriots didn’t win every game they played? Who did the lame ass 72 Dolphins and that’s it!
    The Patriots will still win the division, the Jets are a papertiger and BP has lost control in Maimi.
    Everybody likes Rex, he refreshing! He’s an idiot! The Ravens(Browns fans) that want to make they’re entire rep. off 1 game. Talk about Bandwagoners? I don’t recall you winning the Superbowl after your great triumph over the Pats??? I think the Saints won? Beat the Colts, who beat you and stole your teams real name!
    Irsay sneaking out after midnight! (Shameful)
    Face it people injury reports are for gambling! Why should any good Coach put a sign on a player that says, “hit me here?” Assinine!
    Brady will be in the Hall of Fame and Dilfer will still be that jerk on ESPN… So STFU! We’ll see this year when Brady carves up secondaries like a Christmas Turkey! Let’s see you get past the SteelRapers and Bungles first. It ain’t a sprint, it’s a marathon! BB the real HC!

  35. Fan says: Jul 3, 2010 12:02 PM

    If you can, find out what Tom Martinez said about Brady after the Giants Super Bowl.
    As I remember it, he said Brady could hardly move and this fact dictated the play calls.
    Martinez said he knew that the Patriots had many plays designed to neutralize the Giants pass rush, but Brady’s lack of mobility prevented their use.
    Just like in the story above, no one said anything or used it as an excuse. In fact, the only one to ever mentioned it was Martinez. Interesting.

  36. Matt Walsh says: Jul 3, 2010 12:03 PM

    The cheating just continues.
    More stains on the chowds.

  37. GRpatriot says: Jul 3, 2010 12:08 PM

    Charley is a GM? No, ok Asst. to the GM No?
    VP of Personel? No… He works for the NFLN!
    Really, seems like a waste of talent? No not really! Loose cannon with a big mouth that was so so as a GM hell Texans still haven’t recovered from his drafting….Hmmm.

  38. db3300 says: Jul 3, 2010 12:10 PM

    “Brady, like Peyton, has proven time and time again that he is the greatest quarterback of our time”
    Did you actually type that with a straight face? Brady couldn’t wear Manning’s jock strap.
    Brady = system QB.

  39. HC says: Jul 3, 2010 12:14 PM

    drumbug71 says:
    Arent there NFL guidelines that say teams HAVE to disclose any injuries? Do you think the Patriots are going to face penalties or fines because they werent totally truthful about Brady being injured?
    =============================
    Mike Tannenbaum and Eric Mangini were fined $25k for not disclosing the injury to Brett Favre at the end of the 2008 season. The difference is the Jets did not list Favre on the injury report at all; the Patriots did list Brady on the injury report.
    It’s tough to say whether or not ommitting the specific injury would result in the same kind of fine as not listing the player at all, My guess is that the comment by Brady’s personal coach will eventually result in a similar fine to Belichick – and a request from the Patriots organization that although he is not an employee of theirs, that he would please STFU in the future.

  40. GirthyOne says: Jul 3, 2010 12:21 PM

    People don’t like Bill Cheat-ichick because he cheated and he’s acts like a arrogant jerk.
    Place that permanent asterisk next to everyone involved. *

  41. Ravenmuscle says: Jul 3, 2010 12:39 PM

    The REAL FLUKE is how New England ever wins a game with that pu$$y for a quarterback.
    The refs are getting kickbacks for sure…you come within 5 yards of his highness and he takes a flop and the refs throw a flag.
    How did all that money you gave Adalius Thomas work out…Bwaahaahaahaa.

  42. PFTiswhatitis says: Jul 3, 2010 12:46 PM

    “robhug71 says:
    July 3, 2010 11:08 AM
    Brady, like Peyton, has proven time and time again that he is the greatest quarterback of our time … so long as everything runs smoothly around him.
    But the first sign of adversity (injuries, old offensive line, poor defense, etc., etc.) and Brady rattles and turns into a mere sixth-round draft pick.
    Such a shame!!!”
    Really? You are so fricken ignorant its amazing. How about 2006 when Brady had NO receivers? Reche’ Caldwell was the best he had and still managed to take the team to the AFC Championship (and if it wasn’t for the cheating Colts refs they would have won and gone to another SB)? go crawl back under your rock.

  43. PFTiswhatitis says: Jul 3, 2010 12:49 PM

    Ravens fans can keep grasping that one win. That’s all you have. Did they go on to win any more games after that? HELL NO. They sucked. Isn’t that two years in a row (or is it three) that they won one playoff game and done? I guess you need something to hang your hat on.

  44. patpatriotagain says: Jul 3, 2010 12:51 PM

    dusint enybudy no howe two spel DOUCHE?!?

  45. 123456 says: Jul 3, 2010 12:54 PM

    Dirt bag coach
    Dirt bag team
    Dirt bag fans

  46. jimmys79 says: Jul 3, 2010 1:03 PM

    This is awesome, The pats can’t win anymore now that they cant cheat by knowing the other teams gameplan, so instead of admitting their coach and qb are overrated they will blame it on a broken finger and ribs. Brady didn’t want to blame his poor play on injuries? Isn’t that the best excuse rather than blame it on just being average, Tom brady needs a haircut and bellichick needs a new job. The patriots suck giraffe ass and noone wants to play for them anymore. Get ready for a 10 year drought and Plan on Brady being traded for picks in a couple years. Hahaahahahahaha Losers..

  47. Hap says: Jul 3, 2010 1:04 PM

    Does it come to you as a surprise that Jill Jellyprick lied (further) about injury status ?
    This guy’s going down in history as the biggest farce to ever hit The NFL. What a sham and a shame. He could have done it the right way and elected not to. With SP gone, that org will slowly erode to the way it was for the first 20 years of it’s existence unless Robert Krapt does something about it. I can’t imagine RK will let this guy take The Cheats down with him.
    Im sure RK and the fans TG every day 4 thenorthEastSoxandPatriotNetwork every day.

  48. BradysKnee says: Jul 3, 2010 1:13 PM

    Anyone who says Brady is a system QB clearly knows nothing about QB play and technical aspects.
    Manning and Brady each have stronger points than one another. Though I’d give Manning a slight edge in terms of the current best QB.

  49. Citizen Strange says: Jul 3, 2010 1:15 PM

    JoeSixPack says:
    July 3, 2010 11:02 AM
    Belichick and all the other coaches who don’t give away every team secret to the media are REALLY making it tough for the NFL to help Mafia bookies make money.
    Goodell isn’t going to like Belichick thumbing his nose and mocking the relationship between the NFL and La Cosa Nostra – I expect a fine – perhaps a broken thumb.
    How is the Mafia supposed to set accurate odds if coaches don’t help them?
    This is an outrage.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Are you aware that you have that EXACTLY backwards? When there is TRANSPARENCY then Mafia bookmakers DON’T have any type of inside information edge. Seriously, try to think these things through.

  50. GRpatriot says: Jul 3, 2010 1:39 PM

    It’s really apparent now how stupid the posters are here!
    1st The game in question was where Brady killed the Jags! Read the damn story! *(Brady’s personal throwing coach, Tom Martinez, has confirmed that Brady had broken ribs and a broken finger that were bothering him leading up to the Patriots’ Week 16 game against the Jaguars.)
    2nd Manning and Polian throw the team under the bus! Not Brady or Belichick! The patented response is we need to play better, coach better etc..one quote where Brady badmouths the team, just one!. You won’t find it!
    3rd These guys have nothing else to write about, so they’re bringing up stories from a over a year ago!
    4th Learn how to read and comprehend what you read! Otherwise have somone read it to you!
    Idiots…

  51. tj.52 says: Jul 3, 2010 1:47 PM

    PAGING DOCTOR MARTINEZ, DR. TOM MARTINEZ… Whats that? He’s just a football coach and in no way qualified to diagnose broken bones?
    I wonder if Breer will start going to see Dr. Martinez next time his vaj hurts.
    Maybe he can stop at Jiffy Lube and have his taxes done while he’s at it.
    Keep bringing the hate, bitches, and always remember:
    “The world is full of jackasses, and they all hate Bill Belichick.”

  52. purpleguy says: Jul 3, 2010 1:49 PM

    Belichick is just all upset and worked up about how Brady’s new “Justin Beiber” hairstyle makes him look like a girly 14 year-old boy. Well, that and the fact that the team is now average without stealing opposing team’s play calling.

  53. GRpatriot says: Jul 3, 2010 1:57 PM

    Sun 1/3/2010 1:00 PM @ Texans 34-27 L
    pasted from the official website!
    Here’s week 16 from last season! You thought you’d get away with another bad report didn’t you. Well I caught you, DB’s again!
    Stop lieing yourself. This story is 2 years old. Two for those of you who can read! Pure laziness, Smith! You mis-quoted the story and now your integrity or lack thereof should be questioned.
    This entire article is bullshit! Get it straight! Or leave it alone! I’m sick of journalistic laziness. Cut and paste….. Micheal David Smith who the hell are you???

  54. funi says: Jul 3, 2010 2:21 PM

    Another typical Bostonian A LIAR!
    New England= 3 time Super Bowl LOSER!!!!

  55. MistrezzRachael says: Jul 3, 2010 2:24 PM

    db-3300…Thats a real dumb comment..how stupid are you son.?
    Some of you guys out here have the IQ of a bag of rocks…Where is the Italian Arny stud?…must be in mourning over Willie Colon.
    Injury reports are dumb [ just like you db-3300] anyway…None of anyones business.

  56. Ray Ray is soft says: Jul 3, 2010 2:27 PM

    @ Ravenmuscle….how you going feel when the unibrow bomber does an Apollo Creed impression and just flat out dies this year.He has no excuses.The most talented receivers the Rats have had since coming to Baltimore….oh and how did the Elvis Grbac pan out?? Throwing with his helmet turned around backwards each game….lmfao.

  57. 123456 says: Jul 3, 2010 3:01 PM

    The only people that think Brady is even close to Manning in skill are drunken brick layers in the ghettos of S Boston.
    Brady’s success came from bogus calls and cheating.
    Walt Coleman and Matt Walsh are as much a part of the Patriots success as Brady is.

  58. SKINSFANTOM says: Jul 3, 2010 3:49 PM

    WHO ARE THOSE GUYS?

  59. username says: Jul 3, 2010 6:30 PM

    The injury report listed his ribs on the injury report. There is no requirement that you have to tell the press the extent of the injury.

  60. solomongrundy says: Jul 4, 2010 12:06 AM

    I’m going to continue saying this until people get it.
    Every time someone brings up filming as cheating.
    I figure if some forum haunts can spit venom constantly, why not spout truthiness.
    This will be fruitless but, here it goes.
    In a 2006 playoff game, Patriots’ security prevented a Jets camera crew from filming. The crew was there in addition to the cameramen already recording game film from end zone and sideline angles. New England security didn’t confiscate the footage and turn it over to the NFL.(last time that happens!)
    At a press conference, Mangini said the extra camera was there because he wanted game footage from both end zones.(Cheater!!)
    The next meeting (2007), Mangini sells out the Pats.
    Cheaters of the Past:
    Tom Landry—a Giants assistant —tuned into the Browns’ radio frequency, allowing him to call the right defensive plays. Loss of a first round draft pick? 500k fine? Nope, they banned QB Radio helmets. Tom Landry CHEATS? No, this became a ‘Ha Ha put one up on the Browns’ stories.
    Jimmy Johnson said teams could tape signals from the press box, but sometimes the press box was on the wrong side of the field. In that case, the cameraman filmed from the sidelines.
    No worries it is the Cowboys, so It’s cool. Tx football is far better place for a Dynasty than those grumpy New Englanders..what do they know about football up there?
    The Infamous memo misquotes the rules “Videotaping of any type, including but not limited to taping of an opponent’s offensive or defensive signals, is prohibited on the sidelines, in the coaches’ booth, in the locker room, or at any other locations accessible to club staff members during the game.”
    There is actually nothing in the rule book against stealing signals. Why? Because every staff has done it since the dawn of time. It is part of the game. Halas was known for subterfuge that bordered on criminal–or so the stories go.
    The rule states this:”No video recording devices of any kind are permitted to be in use in the coaches’ booth, on the field, or in the locker room during the game.”
    Yep guilty..but then the punishment? If the team does better –supposedly without ‘cheating’ it gets fined more?
    If the Pats made the playoffs, they lost a first round pick. If they didn’t, they lost second and third rounders. Interestingly, Goodell based his punishment on how well the team did without the camera. The better they did without it, the worse the punishment got.
    So why the issue? Simple really. Parity. It is not pretty but the league prides itself that worst can go to first, that .500 is what half the teams should be. Watch, some other team is going to go on a decade tear, and remember this, when some ‘scandal’ puts a dent in their armor.
    OK you may now return to Cheateriots, and Rapelsburger. Cuz, that is very constructive football talk.

  61. FoF says: Jul 4, 2010 6:49 AM

    Let’s see, Favre does essentially the same thing last year and it turns into a two week media storm and a substantial fine for the Jets. Brady does it this year and it is “cute”.
    Yep, no double standard exists in the media. Just like it was “cute” when Golden Boy Brady cheated his way to three SB wins.

  62. stanjam says: Jul 5, 2010 1:42 AM

    You should be more careful with your articles. This could get to lawsuit state if BB wants to. you keep saying that BB “denied” the injuries. He did not, in any real or legal sense. All he did was ask “Who has been more wrong than Casserly?” That is not a denial of the injury. It doesn’t even address it.
    And if you look at the injury reports, Brady is listed as probable with shoulder, finger, and rib injuries. He played, meaning that probable was indeed correct. The injuries were listed, and he played.
    In short, you have no case, and accusing BB of denying the injury is completely incorrect. In fact, he never addressed the issue at all with the press.

  63. paturk2103 says: Jul 5, 2010 2:50 AM

    God gave his only son, so that those in NE shall not perish, but have eternal life.

  64. Italian.ArmyGuy says: Jul 5, 2010 7:41 AM

    He hardly lashed out.
    PLUS – Brady said he didn’t have broken ribs. Who should we believe?
    So much for trust and special relationships.

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