"It's unfortunate that they did this, but they're still the champs," Walden told the website. "You gotta give them credit, they did it, and they got away with it, and they won the Super Bowl. At the end of the day, you still gotta play the game ... and in our game, it wouldn't have mattered if we were playing with a frisbee. They whupped us. They always find a way to win."
Walden also expressed his feelings on Twitter about the matter.
"I don't have any doubt about my son's integrity -- not one bit," Brady Sr. told USA TODAY Sports on Wednesday. "In this country, you're innocent until proven guilty. It just seems Tommy is now guilty until proven innocent."
Wolfe also added: "At the end of the day, we've got to go out there and play football. That's what it comes down to. It's just a bunch of guys running into each other at the end of the day. The toughest guy usually wins.
"I don't care (about Wells report). I can't change it. If I say something, it's not going to change the outcome of the Super Bowl that just happened, right? It doesn't really matter. Are they going to take it away from them? That's not going to affect me at all. That's not going to put any more money in my pockets. It's not going to give me a ring. I'm more worried about our team going to win a ring."
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