For the first time since winning the Super Bowl, Tom Brady spoke to the media at his locker in Gillette Stadium and answered a few questions pertaining to 'Deflategate' saying that he has many personal feelings that he would like to keep to himself.

Brady was also asked about the Jime McNally and John Jastremski, the two Patriots employees who were also accused in the controversy and eventually lost their jobs. In response Brady said "I think that it’s been a very tough situation for everybody and it’s put a lot of stress on everybody’s families and I feel bad that anybody’s in the position that we’ve been put in. Hopefully we can just keep learning from life experiences. I certainly feel terrible for them that they’re not able to be with us right now."

Brady and the Pats open the season Thursday against the Steelers. You can hear the game live on Sports Radio 92.9 The Ticket.

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