New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (left) spoke with coach Bill Belichick after the AFC Championship game Jan. 18 in Foxborough, Mass. The Patriots defeated the Colts 45-7 to advance to the Super Bowl against the Seattle Seahawks. Belichick and Brady have claimed to have no knowledge of how the game balls came to be deflated.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (left) spoke with coach Bill Belichick after the AFC Championship game Jan. 18 in Foxborough, Mass. The Patriots defeated the Colts 45-7 to advance to the Super Bowl against the Seattle Seahawks. Belichick and Brady have claimed to have no knowledge of how the game balls came to be deflated. Charles Krupa The Associated Press
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (left) spoke with coach Bill Belichick after the AFC Championship game Jan. 18 in Foxborough, Mass. The Patriots defeated the Colts 45-7 to advance to the Super Bowl against the Seattle Seahawks. Belichick and Brady have claimed to have no knowledge of how the game balls came to be deflated. Charles Krupa The Associated Press

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