His answer ... flaccid.
"I think it is the league’s issue,” Brady said while calling in to the Kirk and Callahan radio show Monday morning.
"Obviously, there is a lot of controversy with that. I’m trying to stay out of all that. I will let them handle it. I think that is their responsibility. I certainly don’t condone any part of domestic violence. I think it is a terrible, terrible thing. I think the league, they have to handle those types of things."
He added, "I’m just going to stay in my lane. Like I said, it’s up to them to decide whatever they want to do. I’m just going to try try and stay out of any kind of my opinion. I certainly have opinions, I just don’t really care to share them."
Brady did lash out on the general topic of domestic violence -- saying, of course, he does not condone it.
"Any type of abuse or bullying of people who can’t defend or fight for themselves, I have no respect for that."
"I was very fortunate to grow up with sisters, a mother -- I condone no part of that. That is absolutely something I would never be a part of or do. It’s a terrible tragedy.”