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Fire Alarm! Patriots Hotel Stay Ahead of Super Bowl Interrupted Twice

By    |   Thursday, 29 Jan 2015 06:08 PM

The New England Patriots’ hotel fire alarm went off in the early morning hours Thursday, the second time this week the alarm has disturbed the team as it prepares for this weekend’s Super Bowl XLIX.

Several players told ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio that they slept right through both alarms, the first of which went off on Tuesday. Thursday’s happened at about about 2 a.m.

"I haven't heard it. Must be sleeping through it, so that's good," quarterback Tom Brady told ESPN. "I slept great."

The public relations director at the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass said the alarm did not go off in the players’ wing, ESPN said. She apologized and said the hotel was taking the situation seriously.

Online, though, the situation wasn’t being taken as seriously.







Fansided writer Ernie Padaon said the fact it happened twice indicates someone may be messing with the Patriots. 

“The Patriots have been dealing with accusations of deflating footballs throughout the past couple of weeks. Now they are dealing with a stupid fire alarm that keeps going off in the middle of the night,” he wrote. “What other distractions do people want to throw at them before the game kicks off on Sunday night?”

He added, “If another fire alarm does go off though, we better start checking those fire pulls for finger prints, because someone is doing their best to troll on the Patriots in the middle of the night.”

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The New England Patriots' hotel fire alarm went off in the early morning hours Thursday, the second time this week the alarm has disturbed the team as it prepares for this weekend's Super Bowl XLIX.
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