PHOENIX — One of the biggest topics following the Super Bowl will be Darrelle Revis and his situation with the Patriots for next season.

Former NFL quarterback Kurt Warner checked in with Middays with MFB from Phoenix to talk about Deflategate and his feelings about the team that knocked off his heavily favored Rams in the Super Bowl in 2002.

Mike Florio of joined Dennis & Callahan on Wednesday morning to talk about Deflategate and how it will affect the Patriots this Sunday. To hear the interview, go to the Dennis & Callahan audio on demand page.

PHOENIX — Now that media day has come and gone, the attention for Super Bowl XLIX has begun to at least start to turn to the actual game on Sunday. The teams will practice for the first time in Arizona on Wednesday following their respective media availabilities in the morning.

After the report emerged that a locker room attendant took the Patriots’ offensive footballs into the bathroom for 90 seconds on his way to the field before Sunday’s AFC championship game, some Pats backers suggested that 1 1/2 minutes was not enough time to deflate a dozen footballs.

Vince Wilfork speaks Tuesday in Phoenix on Super Bowl media day. (Mike Petraglia/ -- Vince Wilfork can still remember the day he broke down and cried like a baby.



PHOENIX -- There's nothing better than an athlete who talks it and walks it.

Brandon Browner has sparked the Patriots secondary this season. (Jim Rogash/Getty Images)PHOENIX — Brandon Browner is a lot of things: Outspoken. Intense. Tough.

ESPN Senior NFL reporter Chris Mortensen joined Middays with MFB Tuesday to discuss the NFL’s investigation into the Patriots’ potential deflating of footballs in the AFC Championship against the Colts.

PHOENIX — The Seattle defense was the best in the NFL in the regular-season, allowing a league-low 267.1 yards per game, and just 15.9 points, also a league-low.

Don’t tell that to Patriots running back LeGarrette Blount.