Transcript for Patriots' Julian Edelman reacts to winning MVP
Hang in there. We'll be joined now from Atlanta by patriots wide receiver and super bowl MVP, Julian Edelman. He had 10 catches for 141 yards last night. Good morning, congratulations, Julian. What's up, Mike? Have you gotten any sleep? I have not been sleep yet. I wanted to get up and I wanted to talk to Michael Strahan on "Good morning America." And I appreciate it, my friend. Last season, you missed the entire year because you were recovering from injury. You missed the first four games of this season. How does it feel for you come back and rejoin the team and win your third super bowl and also end up with the MVP, did you see that coming? I didn't see that coming, really, I was just so happy we won the game. You know, you defensive guys like those low-scoring matches like that. But, you know, it's tough football. We had a resilient group out there that just kept hitting at the door and finally it broke when it had to and we were able to sneak away with the win. Our defense played lights out. It was awesome to be a part of. I'm just happy, content and I'm just exhausted. Exhausted, I'm sure. Of your three super bowl titles where does this one rank? They're like children. You love them all the same. That's at least what my parents told me. I'm pretty sure they liked my sister the best. Darn you, mom and dad. You know, I don't know yet. This one hasn't sunken yet. We'll see. Your friend Tom Brady -- The next one is my favorite one. Every games you played with Tom Brady, he said that he was very proud of you after this game and then we saw you guys talk to each other a little bit after the game was over, what were some of the words that you said? Honestly, just, hey, man, I love you, bro, I love you too, bro. You know, when you play professional football as you know you spend more time with these guys in the locker room than you do with your family for eight months of the year. And, you know guys in and out. You know their emotions. It's almost like a marriage. It's not just with Tom and me, it's with multiple guys. One of things after the grind, you're sitting there and you're just happy. I definitely understand that. We're going to let you get some sleep but not before giving you a little bit more hand clap. 115 receptions in the postseason. Second only to Jerry rice. Three-time super bowl champ, Julian Edelman, we appreciate you waking you and joining us here on "Good morning America." And go get some sleep. I appreciate it, guys, for having me. I'll see you guys. All right. The morning after winning the big one? You can't believe it's over. We played a game. You're still so amped up. He thinks he's talking in fast motion. He doesn't realize how tired he is. He's a good guy. I'm happy for him and the rest of the team. You'll be speaking Tom Brady tomorrow. Yeah, a little "Gma" exclusive. Is he going to Disney world? He is. We'll move now on to the latest on Virginia governor
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