Tom Brady’s former teammate and future Hall-of-Famer WR Randy Moss, came to the aid of his former QB on Saturday.
During a press conference in the South View gym, before his Randy Moss Academy football camp, Moss took a stand for Tom Brady on the deflate gate issue.
“I’ve always stood in Tom’s corner,” Moss said. “I called myself a professional, but that man was definitely a letter grade above me.”
Brady was accused of deflating footballs by the Colts back in January during the AFC Championship Game, and the NFL investigation concluded that Brady probably knew the footballs were deflated.
Moss said he didn’t want to the call evidence against Brady facts.
“Over some air?” Moss said. “If he did it, so what? He hasn’t shown me anything but how he carries himself as a professional man, husband, father and athlete.
“Tom Brady is a pro’s pro. I love the man and everything he’s accomplished.”
Moss and Brady played together for the Patriots from the 2007 season to the 2010 season. Moss was traded to the Vikings after spending the first four weeks with New England in 2010.
In 2007, Moss broke the single season record for touchdowns with 23. Brady also broke the single season touchdown passing record with 50, but that has since been broken. The two led the Pats to first ever 16-0 regular season in the NFL.