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9 things we learned from Tom Brady's defense of his footballs
By SP_COP on January 23, 2015 | From ftw.usatoday.com
9 things we learned from Tom Brady's defense of his footballs On his weekly Monday morning radio appearance on Boston’s WEEI, Tom Brady said the Deflategate controversy was ridiculous and that he doesn’t “even respond to stuff like this.” On Thursday, Brady was forced to respond, as the story has become the talk of the nation. The presser came hours after his coach, Bill Belichick, held his own fascinatingly defiant press conference in which he denied all involvement and seemed to hang Brady out to dry.

Brady wasn’t defiant, but he seemed irked with the questions, as if it was ridiculous that he had to stand on a podium and answer questions about the pressure per square inch of a football....
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