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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said Thursday the team's Super Bowl victory over the Seattle Seahawks was not tainted by the "Deflategate" investigation, but he declined to directly respond to the probe's findings."No, absolutely not," Brady said during a speech at Salem State University when asked if the scandal over deflated footballs raised questions about the team's 28-24 victory over the Seahawks in February.Four-time Super Bowl winner and three-time Super Bowl Most Valuable Player, Brady may face some form of punishment by the NFL, perhaps suspension, in the coming days.Brady, who had scheduled the speaking engagement long before the Wells report was released, said "hopefully soon" when asked when he would discuss the matter publicly.
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