Robert Kraft on laser pointed at Tom Brady in AFC championship: 'It doesn't happen when you come to Foxboro'

Ryan Hannable
January 23, 2019 - 10:21 am

On Monday, the day after the Patriots beat the Chiefs in the AFC championship, video surfaced of a laser being pointed at Tom Brady on the field during the game.

The NFL reportedly is looking into the incident, and when asked about it Wednesday morning on "Good Morning America" Patriots owner Robert Kraft made a little snark remark.

"It doesn't happen when you come to Foxboro," he said.

Kraft added: "I just hear the word 'laser' and I think of Tommy and his eyes. And that last drive, we had three third-down-and-10s, and he was laser focused. So, whatever it was, I think it was a positive influence."

The Patriots owner did say perhaps security could be a little tighter.

"But I think part of the security check has to be sure those kinds of things don't happen," he said.

The Patriots will now take on the Rams in Super Bowl LIII on Feb. 3 in Atlanta.

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