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Tom Brady denies report of fight with Randy Moss

There's no truth to the CBS report of a dustup between New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and wide receiver Randy Moss, Brady said.

"No, certainly not," Brady said in his weekly WEEI Radio appearance. "I don't know why these things come about, but they do. I think it's just a competitive media culture out there now. I love [Moss] as a person and a player. I don't think I ever had an altercation with a teammate. You demand a certain level of respect in the locker room, that's the culture of our team. I don't think I've seen any players in our locker room fight, that's just not the way it is."

Charley Casserly reported Sunday that Moss, who was traded to the Minnesota Vikings last week, and Brady had a dustup that devolved into a disagreement over each's grooming choices. (On Monday night, Moss denied the report.)

"Randy really knows how I feel about him," Brady said. "I love him, as a guy, as a person, as a player. He did a lot of great things for this team. At the same time I think Coach [Bill] Belichick feels that's what he thinks he needs to do for the team."

By Cindy Boren  | October 12, 2010; 12:24 PM ET
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