Bledsoe still disagrees with being replaced by Brady back in 2001. (FILE:Icon/SMI)

This morning Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak had a lengthy interview with former Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe on 98.5 The Sports Hub.  One topic the two made a point of bringing up (they said they would ask Drew the question before he came on the air) was about his relationship with Tom Brady, and whether or not he felt he was treated fairly after Brady took over as starting quarterback early in the 2001 season.

Bledsoe said that “I didn’t like it; I didn’t think it was fair at the time. That made the relationship between me and Tom difficult at that point. Looking back, do I believe we would have had the same or similar success had I not got hurt? Of course I do; that’s the way it works. Would that have been the case? Who knows?”

Bledsoe did go on to praise Brady and say that the two have a “good relationship.” The interview also included some other memories, ranging from the 2001 AFC Championship to the Everclear concert at the Paradise, among other things.

The interview can be played back on 98.5’s website; here is the link where you can listen.