Haley believes that the quarterback from the New England Patriots cheated to get his.
When Haley was asked to choose between Joe Montana and Brady, Haley did not hesitate. Haley won two Super Bowls with Montana and said Montana did not cheat.
He said he had lost all respect for Brady and added that when your integrity is question in football all four of his Super Bowls are in turn tainted.
Haley added that you have to figure this did not happen overnight.
The former defensive standout said he could be wrong, but he said 11 of 12 Pats balls had been deflated and the 12 used by Indy were not.
Haley, after winning his two Super Bowls with San Francisco, won three more with the Dallas Cowboys. Last week he was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame and was in Arizona for the Super Bowl where Brady tied his former teammate Joe Montana with four titles.
However, the stigma of the Deflategate controversy has Haley thinking otherwise about the legacy of Brady.
Haley said that he believes that one day this will all come back to haunt Brady. He added that everyone is talking about it and nobody believes an accident took place.
Haley added that he would not take any of the rings Brady won away from him, but it is tainted right now in his opinion. The former sack specialist said he hoped the league would come out and tell everyone what really took place, then there will no longer be a mystery about it.
On January 23, the league announced that evidence had shown the Patriots had used footballs that were underinflated, in their 45-7 AFC Championship win over the Indianapolis Colts. The league said prior to the Super Bowl that no timetable existed for resolving the accusations of cheating.