Patriots' Butler denies off-field bungle before to Super Bowl

BOSTON (AP) — Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler says he didn’t skip a curfew or do anything off a margin that would have harm New England‘s chances of winning a Super Bowl before he was benched for a game.

In a matter expelled Tuesday on Twitter and Instagram, Butler says reports of bungle off a margin are “ridiculous.”

He says he visited with family each night while in Minneapolis. He adds, “I never attended any concert, missed curfew, or participated in any of a absurd activities being reported. They are not usually false, though hurtful to me and my family.”

Before a Super Bowl, Butler was on a margin for 98 percent of a Patriots’ defensive snaps and started 17 of their 18 games. But he done it on a margin for usually one special teams play on Sunday as a Philadelphia Eagles racked adult 538 yards of offense, including 374 yards passing, and won 41-33. Patriots manager Bill Belichick has not explained because Butler was benched.

After a game, Butler told ESPN that he “could have altered a game.” He also used a impertinence and pronounced a Patriots “gave up” on him.

In his statement, Butler apologized for a denunciation he used “during a really romantic time.” His matter was “liked” on Instagram by teammates Tom Brady and Martellus Bennett.

Butler is an unlimited giveaway representative this offseason.

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