Tom Brady deflected questions about how his personal trainer, Alex Guerrero, has had some of his access to the Patriots revoked. Guerrero can no longer be on the sidelines or travel with the Patriots on their plane.
Brady said he hasn't thought about how not having Guerrero on the sideline might impact him during games. Brady was also asked about his reaction when Bill Belichick told him Guerrero would no longer be allowed on the sideline.
"I don't really agree with your question, so I don't know what you're talking about. How do you know what he said?" Brady said.
When asked if he was saying the Globe report wasn't accurate, Brady replied, "I'm not saying anything. How do you say that [Belichick] said anything? You don't know anything about that."
Brady was then asked whether Belichick had told him Guerrero would no longer be allowed on the sideline.
"Well, I have a lot of conversations with him," Brady said. "Those are private between he and I. I don't think anyone knows what we talk about. Certainly I've never talked about it. He's never talked about it."
Earlier Friday, Belichick touched on the work dynamic between him and Brady.
"He's great to work with. Nobody is more prepared than Tom," Belichick said. "Tom is always ready to go, always on top of it. He really takes coaching well. He has a lot of good ideas."