Instead of giving real answers about "Deflategate," New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady just made double entendres. Brady responded to the controversy over under-inflated footballs in the AFC Championship game by saying equipment managers prepared the footballs. "I don't want anyone touching the balls after that. I don't want anyone rubbing them. To me, those balls are perfect," Brady said, adding that he couldn't tell that the balls were deflated (even though an Indianapolis Colt who intercepted a Patriots football said it felt soft). Despite saying he liked deflated balls a few years ago, Brady maintained today that he doesn't know if he ever played with a deflated football. Hours earlier, coach Bill Belichick said he had no idea that air had been let out of the footballs and was "shocked" that the NFL was now investigating.
VIDEO: Tom Brady talks balls.