New England Patriots left tackle Matt Light doesn't have a sick sense of humor.
He just has a warped wit about being sick.
Asked for the umpteenth time Wednesday about a stomach ailment that affected him earlier this week, Light unleashed a semi-fake sneeze into a reporter's microphone.
"Yeah, I was a little under the weather," Light continued without skipping a beat. "I would wash that thing, though. I'm not going to lie to you. That's highly contagious."
Light was full of wisecracks about his health and other topics during his first Super Bowl XLVI media session in Indianapolis. He is returning to practice and should be fine Sunday when New England faces the New York Giants.
That should make quarterback Tom Brady feel better. Because as glib as Light was Wednesday, the Patriots will be rendered queasy if they are unable to handle New York's most serious defensive threat: the pass rush.
Light and the rest of his unit couldn't get the job done in Super Bowl XLII against the Gi...