Brady doesn't care what Cromartie said
New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie was none too kind in making his feelings for New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady known last season.
He used a derogatory term and language apparently in response to Brady pointing toward the Jets' sideline in a game last year. A new season has done nothing to soften Cromartie's feelings toward Brady.
"What I said last year, I meant it," Cromartie told Newsday earlier this week. "I'm not going to take back anything. I'm definitely looking forward to this rivalry game. I still have the same feelings. Feelings don't change. Whatever I said last year is not going to change."
Brady got his chance to respond on Wednesday and indicated that he didn't really care to discuss Cromartie's remarks any further.
"I don't care what he says about me," Brady told the Boston Globe. Later in the interview Brady said once again he didn't care about what Cromartie had said about the matter.
Maybe he really doesn't want to discuss it.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com