Bill Belichick, Tom Brady avoid questions on politics

HOUSTON — At some point between a question on his game-day underwear routine and a commitment to appear on HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm, Patriots coach Bill Belichick truly seemed to be enjoying himself at Super Bowl LI Opening Night.

“There’s nowhere I’d rather be than right here, right now,” Belichick said.

While he took questions of all shapes and sizes, he was not eager to talk politics. After relaying fond memories of spending time with former President George H.W. Bush, Belichick was asked if he had any message for President Donald Trump.

Belichick laughed, shook his head and waited for another question.

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, meanwhile, was asked to characterize his relationship with President Trump.

“I’m not talking politics at all,” Brady said.

Brady was asked why.

“I just want to focus on the positive aspects of this game, my teammates and the reason why we are here,” he said. “It has taken a lot of hard work to get to this point. I just want to focus on the positive nature of two great teams competing at this level.”

Falcons receiver Mohamed Sanu rang a familiar note on the night. He

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