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On Monday, Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark said on NFL Live that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady sees ghosts when under pressure against man-to-man coverages. On Wednesday, former Patriots linebacker turned ESPN analyst Tedy Bruschi came to the defense of his former teammate and even suggested that Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger should perhaps start seeing more ghosts himself. When Brusci was asked to give his reaction to Clarks' ghost remark, he let it rip. "It's a defensive term," started Bruschi. "Ryan's a safety and I'm a linebacker, and he calls it seeing ghosts, Read more [...]
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