New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady spoke out about the ridicule directed at him over 'Deflategate'.
One skit from Saturday Night Live really hit hard. In an interview with Boston's WEEI Radio Monday, Brady admitted the jokes got to him.
"I personalized a lot of things and thought this was all about me, and my feelings got hurt. Then I moved past it because it's not serving me and I think what's serving me is try to prepare for the game ahead," he said.
Super Bowl frenzy began in earnest today. INSIDE EDITION'S Megan Alexander was there.
She said, "It's a pleasant 65 degrees here in Glendale, Arizona, as Snowmaggedon bears down on the East Coast. Super Bowl 49 is now just six days away and 'Deflategate' remains Topic A in the run-up to the big game."
Joining Alexander at the Super Bowl is special correspondent Shawn Johnson, the Olympic gold medalist and Dancing with the Stars champion. Johnson was on her way to Arizona to cover America's biggest event of the year exclusively for INSIDE EDITION viewers.
INSIDE EDITION's Steven Fabian asked, "Do you have any tricks up your sleeve?"
Johnson admitted, "I don't know, When I get to interview people I like to go the complete opposite direction than normal media. I don't like to be serious I like to have fun; ask them their favorite color, their celebrity crush."
There is a correction for an INSIDE EDITION story reported last week. It was reported that Tom Brady and his supermodel wife Gisele Bundchen had their LA mansion for sale for $50 million. In fact, they sold the mansion in June to rapper Dr. Dre for $40 million.