FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) -In a Jan. 16 story about an allegation of battery against New England Patriots receiver Randy Moss, The Associated Press inaccurately characterized coach Bill Belichick's response when he was asked if he was concerned about the claim or whether it would affect him in the AFC championship game this week.
The coach did not say he wasn't concerned. He responded: ``I think Randy's covered those and I've talked to Randy about it, and I support Randy 100 percent.''
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