So, it wasn't surprising when Robey-Coleman downplayed the situation during Super Bowl LIII Opening Night at State Farm Arena.
"I think everybody made a big deal of the situation," Robey-Coleman said. "Tom Brady is a great quarterback. I wasn't trying to say nothing bad about him. I respect him as the G.O.A.T. He is the legend, and I think words just got misconstrued and they got taken out of context."
As to the opposing quarterback's current skill set, Talib said there has been no deterioration.
Meanwhile, Robey-Coleman went out of his way Monday night to lavish praise on Brady, who is making a bid to win his sixth Super Bowl championship.
"I'm not taking nothing away from his game," Robey-Coleman said. "I can't take nothing away from his game. This is my first appearance; he's been in this place many times, this position many times, so I'm not fixing to make a big deal. Like I said, words got taken out of context. I respect him and we're going to go out there on Sunday and play football."
There is another thing Robey-Coleman might have to worry about outside of answering questions on the earlier report, though.
The teams still have to play each other, and Brady might take a few shots directly at Robey-Coleman, who indicated he would be ready if that became the case.
"I'm a slot guy and I'm going to come bring my best game," he said. "There ain't no backing down, it ain't nothing. We're going to see on Sunday."