As if Tom Brady doesn't have enough problems, he has revealed he has a cold. His supermodel wife, Gisele Bundchen, and their two kids are sick too.
He said at a press conference, "I have had it for four or five days. My kids got sick and my wife is pretty sick, too."
Brady says his cold won't affect how he plays in the big game this Sunday.
Seattle Seahawks defensive back Richard Sherman had this cheeky reaction to Brady’s cold, “His arm doesn't have a cold.”
Watch INSIDE EDITION's Megan Alexander Interview Sherman
With just days before the Super Bowl, Tom Brady is still being asked about deflategate. New reports found that the NFL has surveillance video of a ball boy going into the restroom before the game against the Colts.
In a video experiment shot by the New York Daily News, they wanted to find out just how long it would take to deflate 11 footballs in a restroom. The result was it took just 40 seconds.
INSIDE EDITION special correspondent Shawn Johnson is creating quite a stir at Super Bowl 49. Only Johnson was able to soften the crusty image of Seahawks player Marshawn Lynch who hates reporters.
Lynch repeatedly said at a press conference, "I am here so I won't get fined."
Then, came a memorable moment with Lynch and Johnson. She threw him a bag of Skittles, his favorite candy. He caught them and blew her a kiss.
Johnson said, "I tossed the Skittles to Marshawn, he caught them and blew me a kiss, but didn't answer a question."
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Meanwhile, one commercial from the website GoDaddy is causing a firestorm of controversy. In the commercial, an adorable puppy named Buddy makes a journey across train tracks and through a storm to find his way home. Then, Buddy arrives home and his mother said, “Oh Buddy, I am so glad you made it home! Because I just sold you on this website I built with GoDaddy."
Then, Buddy is driven off by GoDaddy.com spokesperson Danica Patrick.
Reaction to the commercial has been brutal. On The View, Nicolle Wallace said, "There is nothing. There is nothing cute. It is horrible sentiment. Listen, I use GoDaddy but I think that commercial is in terrible taste."
GoDaddy is famous for its risqué and edgy Super Bowl ads, but the puppy ad may have gone too far.
Overnight GoDaddy decided to yank the spot. Their CEO said in a statement: “The responses were emotional and direct. We are pulling the ad from the Super Bowl.”
Emma Bazilian is a staff writer for AdWeek. She told INSIDE EDITION, "I think they made the right decision to pull this ad. You don't want people during the Super Bowl to be watching an ad for your company and have a negative reaction to it."