BOSTON (CBS) –The Baltimore Ravens are off to an 0-2 start to the season, but they won’t be getting any sympathy cards from the New England Patriots.

“It’s too bad about Baltimore, isn’t it?” Patriots president Jonathan Kraft said to Marc Bertrand on 98.5 The Sports Hub Sunday morning, ahead of New England’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. “It’s really too bad about Baltimore.”

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When asked if Baltimore’s struggles may be a little bit of DeflateGate karma coming back to haunt them, Kraft wouldn’t bite.

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“That has nothing to do with it,” he said. “The Ravens are sweethearts. [Head coach] John Harbaugh, he’s a sweetheart.”

It’s a shame these two teams aren’t scheduled to face each other in the regular season.

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Listen to the full pregame interview here: