Brady: It’s not time to elaborate on personal feelings about Deflategate

AP

When Patriots quarterback Tom Brady made his first public comments about Judge Richard Berman’s decision to overturn his four-game suspension last week, he said he was “sorry our league had to endure this” and that he was “also sorry to anyone whose feelings I may have hurt” while defending himself against the league.

On Tuesday, Brady made an appearance on the Dennis & Callahan show on WEEI in Boston and what Brady termed the “tough, challenging seven months” that ended with Berman’s decision were a major topic of conversation. Brady said that there were “different emotions” that came up during that period of time and that he has a lot of “personal feelings” about the entire saga, but that he has to put them aside right now because the season is about to start.

“I think there’s definitely different moments where I thought a lot of different things,” Brady said. “It definitely had it’s challenges, I’ll leave it at that. Maybe I will elaborate at a later time, but right now, two days before our season starts, I don’t think is really the time. It’s best to focus my energy and my teammates’ energy on the task at hand.”

One can probably guess at a few of Brady’s feelings about everything that’s gone on since the AFC Championship game, but the full airing of them should make for a pretty good read/watch/listen whenever Brady does decide to open up the floodgates.

38 responses to “Brady: It’s not time to elaborate on personal feelings about Deflategate

  1. Tom Brady = Pete Rose, Lance Armstrong, Barry Bonds & Ben Johnson.

    Multiple time cheater acting jaded because he was caught in the act. Would love to see what those two ball boys have to say one day about who ordered them to manipulate the footballs.

    Cheaters gets no respect.

    ****

  2. Brady’s doing a lot of interviews. Kind of like a victory lap.

    Who wants to see Goodell’s appeal fastracked and Brady suspended for the playoffs?

  3. Integrity is about as common as good sense.

    Ya know, the common sense that tells you two equipment guys always complaining to each other about their maniacal QB hassling them about properly deflating balls.

    Denial is a wondrous drug.

  4. thebirdofprey2 says:Sep 8, 2015 11:09 AM

    Tom Brady = Pete Rose, Lance Armstrong, Barry Bonds & Ben Johnson.

    Multiple time cheater acting jaded because he was caught in the act. Would love to see what those two ball boys have to say one day about who ordered them to manipulate the footballs.

    Cheaters gets no respect.

    ****

    —-

    You know, me too. Cause it’s not like Ted Wells and his multi-million dollar report and lawyers had four (read 4!) different interviews with them and yet none of that made it into the report condemning them or Brady… You would think that if it was there, it definitely would have been in the report, right? To provide further proof? But all that money and all that time and all those questions couldn’t.

    Makes you wonder why they left it out. Like maybe because there was nothing there to help provide the guilty verdict some real, tangible, actual evidence of existence?

  5. give it a rest cheater. your club chose to terminate a couple of employees, but we know you were behind it as well. the rich never have to suffer the same fate, but you are guilty

  6. This is easily handled. Fire Goodell, Ban everyone from Brady on up from the NFL, Force Kraft to sell, No HOF for anyone on the team since Belichick and Kraft, After above is said and done, Fan Appreciation Home Openers on Goodell and Kraft’s tab

  7. Nothing is sweeter than quietly going about your business while the haters put on a full court press of defamation born of their frustration and inadequacy. The best revenge is living well

  8. What were your personal feeling about going Hillary Clinton on your phone?

    What were your personal feeling about seeing yourself at that press conference looking worse than Baghdad Bob?

    What are your personal feeling about being the Lance Armstrong of the NFL?

  9. ESPN, the NFL, and the NFL owners just keep giving Brady more ammunition to beat them bad in a defamation suit. Now they are shooting themselves and telling the world they went after Brady as a payback for things he was not responsible for. That is worth hundreds of millions of dollars to Brady in a defamation suit that would be brought in a Massachusetts court with Massachusetts jurors.

    He wins whether the new stories are true or not true.

    The haters don’t get it. The NFL and owners, with the help of ESPN, used Brady in a war between owners.

  10. ESPN and the NFL are going scorched earth. It is causing them to say and do things that they will need to explain later in a court of law if even one defamation suit gets filed. The contradictions are huge. All of these guys that hid in the shadows will be dragged out into the open.

  11. A movie that puts the NFL negative light is announced last December, here comes Deflategate.

    A trailer is released for said movie that will hit theaters this year, here comes an ESPN (NFL’s propaganda machine) with a new report on the heels of the NFL getting creamed in federal court.

    The hordes of sheeple flock to the “new” reports out of ESPN like flies to honey, and happily slurp it up as gospel because they love them some Patriot bashing.

    7 months of deflategate – and years of empty accusations – and ESPN has just sat on these details? Yeah, sure.

    The NFL is playing the sheeple like a drum, and the sheeple are letting them do it. Wake up and realize the enemy isn’t the Patriots, it’s the league offices.

    Don’t be a sheeple.

  12. As a pats fan any news is good news.

    I love reading story after story on pft regarding the Patriots.

    I can see why other teams fans get so jelly.

    Some day in the near future patriots dominance will end and you will have your time.

  13. I’d hate to be playing for the Steelers on Thursday night because Brady and the Pats are going to come out with fire in their bones and prime pumped to kick some arse for payback for all the BS the NFL, ESPN, and many of the talking head media drones are spewing in desperation to direct the heat off the NFL’s embarrassing beat down recently suffered in a NY Court.

    I’ll be really surprised if Thursday night’s game doesn’t break all viewing records.

  14. timmyp716 says:
    Sep 8, 2015 11:18 AM
    This is easily handled. Fire Goodell, Ban everyone from Brady on up from the NFL, Force Kraft to sell, No HOF for anyone on the team since Belichick and Kraft, After above is said and done, Fan Appreciation Home Openers on Goodell and Kraft’s tab

    ________________________________________

    Yes. While we’re at it, let’s do the same to the Colts, Packers, Browns, Falcons and Chargers. They all participated in systemic cheating last year too.

  15. thegenoatkinsdiet says: Sep 8, 2015 11:30 AM

    Is he sorry that his team is putting us all through yet another scandal?
    _____________________________

    No, cuz it isn’t another scandal, it is just all the losers who thought Brady was going down, grasping at straws after he won…

  16. Brady, realizing how bad this entire thing looks for the league, and that NFL fans just want to get back to football, continuously takes the high road and decides to focus entirely on the upcoming season.

    The NFL on the other hand turns up their PR attack machine, continuously smearing Brady and the Pats, compeletely ignoring their upcoming season opener….

    And that’s the side you guys want to stand on?

  17. Brady for Commissioner!

    Brady testified under oath and all the evidence shows he was telling the truth – no deflation even occurred

    Goodell has been caught in lie, after lie, after lie – including those he made under oath in the Ray Rice investigation where Goodell refused to give up his phone

    How can the owners assert that Goodell has “unquestioned integrity” when we have PROOF that he lied? Article VIII of the Owners Bylaws say Goodell MUST be replaced.

    Why not Brady? He’s the only one who’s been proven NOT to be a liar in this sad faux scandal

  18. Explain Spygate Mr a Golden boy?? Tell us please how all the evidence was fake and Bill is a stand up guy c’mon the Patsies Fans are eating up every lie you keep shoveling …

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