In his first media interview since his opening-day knee injury, Pats QB Tom Brady said his rehab is "going really well."
As for the many defections of coaches and personnel officials from the Patriots this offseason, Brady told a Toronto radio station that "as long as we have [Patriots owners] Robert and Jonathan Kraft and Coach [Bill Belichick], I always think we're going to be just fine."
Number 12 spent a good 10 minutes talking about the Patriots, his injury and rehab, the upcoming Super Bowl, and the historic inauguration of President Barack Obama.
Meanwhile, on The Bleacher Report, an on-line football news and opinion site, there's a piece comparing the Brady/Matt Cassel situation to that of Joe Montana and Steve Young of the 49ers several years ago.
And a writer from Rhode Island says if Arizona wins the Super Bowl, it would rival the Patriots' upset of the Rams in Super Bowl XXXVI.