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Dungy clarifies his Pats visitors locker room

Dungy clarifies his Pats visitors locker room
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Former Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy clarified http://www.officialeaglesnflauthentic.com/ron-jaworski-jersey_c-401.html comments he made earlier Thursday when he said that former members of the New England Patriots warned him to be careful about what he said in the visitors locker room at Gillette Stadium. Dungy, appearing on the syndicated "Dan Patrick Show," said that he and then-Colts quarterback Peyton Manning took precautions when discussing team plays in the locker room. "We had a few ex-Patriots that said you better be careful what you do in the locker room and what you say and that kind of thing," Dungy said. Dungy said the Colts had no way to confirm whether the concerns had merit, but his team would take "precautions, and not just with the Patriots but with anybody." He described the situation as "psychological warfare" because it made him worry more about what was happening off the field than on it, and it "did have an impact" on his team. Former Patriots told him to "be careful, because we Jermaine Kearse Jerseys get information and it's hard to believe some of the stuff that we get. So just be careful," Dungy said. Dungy made a point in saying it's unfair to single out New England. "Everybody wants to point the finger at the Patriots, but it's that kind of league. Everybody tries to get an advantage when they can. Most people do," he said. Dungy also confirmed a 2010 report from Sports Illustrated's Peter King that Manning was concerned and that he took the matter seriously. "Peyton talked to guys who played for the Patriots, some of the guys who came over [to Indianapolis after having played for New England] -- whether it's true or not he treated it as true. We didn't have a lot of strategy discussions inside the locker room there," Dungy said. The former coach, who now works as an analyst for NBC Sports, said Manning "takes everything to the Nth degree." At Denver Broncos training camp in Englewood, Colorado, Manning was asked about whether he thought the Patriots listened in on opponents in Foxborough and had a lighthearted response. "I think there's kind of a rule that when you're still playing, what goes on in a locker room kind of stays in a locker room,'' Manning said after Thursday's practice. "When you stop playing, you write a book, you http://www.buccaneersnflofficialauthentic.com/mike-james-jersey_c-295.html get commentary. Everything's kind of, you know, seems to be told. I'm still playing so I don't really talk about what goes on in a locker room. And I won't write a book right away so you won't find out what goes on in a locker room after I stop playing. Those are kind of the things that sort of stay in house.''

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