New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said he's not concerned about Jacksonville Jaguars players running their mouths ahead of Sunday's AFC title game.
"What I've learned over a long time is it's how you play, it's not what you say," Brady told WEEI's "Kirk & Callahan" show on Tuesday when asked about Jaguars' cornerback Jalen Ramsey's guarantee that his team is going to beat the Patriots and then go on to win the Super Bowl.
"We're going to the Super Bowl and we're going to win that (expletive)," Ramsey said after his team knocked off the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.
"He's a really good player. He's obviously really confident," Brady said Tuesday. "I'm more concerned with how he plays... not what he says."
Brady was also asked about whether he's talked with coach Bill Belichick about reports that there is a rift between the two of them.
"He and I, we talk all the time," he said, noting that the content of those conversations will remain private. "We're both focused on the same thing we've always been — to help the team win."
Brady also said he hasn't spoken to Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels about rumors that he's going to leave the team after the season to become the coach of the Indianapolis Colts.