Chiefs fan who shined laser pointer at Tom Brady speaks out, won't apologize

Darren Hartwell
NBC Sports Boston

Chiefs fan who shined laser pointer at Tom Brady speaks out, won't apologize originally appeared on nbcsportsboston.com

A Kansas City Chiefs fan's efforts to distract Tom Brady last season's AFC Championship Game could land him in jail.

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They also landed him an interview on "Inside Edition."

Dwyan Morgan, a 64-year-old Missouri resident, appeared on the show Thursday to confirm he was charged with disturbing the peace after shining a green laser pointer in Brady's face during January's AFC title game.

Morgan admitted he "shouldn't have done it," but the self-proclaimed Chiefs fan declined to offer Brady or the Patriots an apology when prompted.

 

"You're not apologizing to Brady or the Pats?" the interviewer asked.

"Nope," Morgan replied.

Not that Brady needs much of an apology. While Morgan said his intention was to distract Brady, the Patriots QB seemed unperturbed by the hijinks, completing 30 of 46 passes for 346 yards in New England's overtime victory before going on to win Super Bowl LIII.

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