Michael Irvine couldn’t reveal what Buccaneers midfielder Tom Brady had said to Chiefs Tyrann Mathieu’s safety, but he did manage to share what Brady definitely didn’t say. In an interview with Tuesday’s edition of “The Rich Eisen Show,” a Hall of Fame broadcaster receiver and NFL network analyst discussed the Super Bowl 55 hot interaction between Brady and Matthew. After a touching pass by Brady just six seconds before the end of the second quarter, Matteo ran over to Brady and put his finger directly in his face. Brady then felt the need to extend the conversation, and chased Matthew before his teammates fired the two. MORE: Can Brady and Box re-cast as Super Bowl heroes? In a since-deleted tweet that was posted on Sunday night after Tampa Bay’s victory, Matteo claimed that Brady may have crossed the line with his choice of words. “He described something that I won,” I repeat, but yes I will let all the media throw me [the] Bus as if I did or said something to him, “Matteo tweeted.” Go back to my previous matches against [Brady]. I showed him nothing but respect. Look at the interviews you made for him. Show okay. Mathieu’s encrypted post led to speculation that Brady threw a racist insult in Mathieu’s direction. Claims Irvin, who has access to the voice in the field because he works on Showtime’s Inside The NFL, but is banned from revealing specific details he didn’t utter anything that could be considered insensitive Ethnically. ”I didn’t like that Tiran Matthew put it that way, the way he did, honestly,“ Tell Erwin Eisen. ”Because I’m going,“ Come on now. ” Makes it look like – makes people want to know, ‘What is he going to say? We are curious. As if he said the N word and didn’t. Tom didn’t. So, you know, I didn’t even like this situation in sight. That’s why I think we have to clean that up somewhere somehow. This is what I say. He didn’t say that. “I don’t think that’s fair to just Tom, and when we leave it that way, some people think or might say or have ideas – and it wasn’t that,” Irvine said, “but also on our part, as an African-American side, because I’m I don’t want people to think, “Well, they say it again or point to it again.” So it feels like the wolf is crying, and when it really happens, nobody is listening. Do you see what I’m saying? So I want to squish all of that. This was just two people competing. This is what this is. It is only two players competing. “While the media was available after the match, Matthew refused to provide details about the trash talk incident but told reporters he did not think it affected his manner of performance.” “Matteo said (via ProFootballTalk).” Listen, Tom Brady is a great midfielder. To be honest, I really didn’t see this side of Tom Brady. but whatever. No comment. Finished with. You are done. Brady did not address the feud publicly, but sent a letter of apology to Matthew after the match, according to ESPN’s Gina Lynn. Brady reportedly told Matteo he considered him a “great job” and a “great leader” update: A source told Pro Football Talk that NFL Films would not The meeting sounded. ” As the source explained, NFL Films usually don’t reveal the sound of such squabbles between players, PFT’s Mike Florio wrote.