By Henry McKenna
Johnson Bademosi wanted nothing to do with the media on Monday afternoon at Gillette Stadium following the New England Patriots’ loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LII.
Bademosi was approached by a swarm of reporters. He refused the interview.
“I ain’t got nothing for you. I don’t owe you guys [expletive],” he said and left the locker room.
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Bademosi filled in as the third cornerback after Bill Belichick benched Malcolm Butler for the Super Bowl. Bademosi allowed one reception for 17 yards in 11 snaps, according to the Boston Herald’s Jeff Howe.
Bademosi served as a fill-in cornerback during the 2017 season after the Patriots acquired him in a trade with the Lions. When Stephon Gilmore and Eric Rowe were dealing with injuries, Bademosi was a solid member of New England’s defense across from Butler.
Butler’s benching came as something of a shock to the media, the fans and even to the Patriots. Bademosi clearly isn’t going to be the one who helps the media solve the riddle of Butler. Belichick won’t be...