Amid the whirlwind of Antonio Brown news this weekend, Al Michaels may have shared the best tidbit Sunday night.
Before the Patriots' thrashing of the Pittsburgh Steelers on NBC's "Sunday Night Football," Michaels revealed that Tom Brady was so excited about New England signing Brown that he actually invited the star wide receiver to stay at his house as he gets settled in the Boston area.
Brady was asked about this fascinating detail Monday morning on WEEI's "The Greg Hill Show" -- and wasn't too keen on addressing it.
"I think there are a lot of things said on TV," Brady said. "I didn't say that to anyone publicly."
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This is the second time Brady has bristled at his private comments becoming public; when asked Sunday night about Michaels relaying that Brady told Patriots owner Robert Kraft he was "a million percent in" on signing Brown, Brady responded:
"That was a personal conversation with RKK. I've got to re-evaluate."
Tom Brady went from 100% to 1000% to a million percent in on 🆎 (according to a "personal conversation" with Kraft)
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Both of those answers aren't necessarily denials, though, so it's very possible Brady is super pumped about having Brown in New England and will be putting the 31-year-old up at one of his many fine pieces of real estate.
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