Looks like someone was trying to target Tom Brady. 

A photographer from KMBC shot video that showed a green dot flickering around Brady’s shoulder and face.

The Patriots said they were aware of the report but had no comment.

In interviews after the game, Brady was not asked about any laser beams pointed at him.

According to KMBC:

KMBC 9 News reached out to the Chiefs, the Patriots and the NFL’s media relations department. None were aware of the incident.Laser researcher Charles Cobb, DDS, MS, PhD., said based on the size of the spot, it looks like the person was sitting far back in the end zone, possibly in a corner.“

That one looked pretty diffuse, which implies to me it’s probably a laser pointer,” Cobb said. “He would’ve been seeing spots out there instead of his receivers.”Cobb says the FAA has been dealing with issues of people using similar lasers to blind pilots in plane cockpits.“

This is enough, if it hits the retina of the eye for just a short period of time, it could cause damage to the retina,” he said. “I don’t think lasers should be shined at anything except under surgical conditions or if you’re giving a talk.”

Brian McCarthy, the NFL’s vice president of communications, said the league is looking into the incident.

The Patriots defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 37-31 in overtime to advance to Super Bowl LIII.

The NFL is reportedly looking into it. 

Good luck trying to figure that out. 

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