BOSTON (CBS) – Colts owner Jim Irsay is quite the follow on Twitter, and is perhaps one of the most active team owners on social media.

Irsay tweets Led Zeppelin lyrics, team transactions, contests and more — sometimes in the wee hours of the morning.

On Sunday night, while seven of his Colts players were about to participate in the Pro Bowl, Irsay fired off a series of tweets addressing the controversy that stained last week’s AFC Championship game, now known as DeflateGate.

Irsay started off by congratulating New England, and even admitted his team didn’t have what it took to win:

He then touched on the Indianapolis-New England rivalry, and what he expects to be an exciting Super Bowl matchup.

However, his final tweet on the matter seemed to suggest that his organization believes a wrongdoing took place, despite Bill Belichick’s impassioned, impromptu press conference on Saturday and Tom Brady’s public denial on Thursday.

Brady appeared on TV during the Pro Bowl telecast Sunday night and said the NFL has not yet spoken to him regarding the deflated footballs, and he expects that meeting to take place after the Super Bowl.

Tune in to Super Bowl XLIX on 98.5 The Sports Hub — the flagship station of the New England Patriots. It’s the only place to hear Bob Socci & Scott Zolak’s local call of the game!

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