Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Malcolm Jenkins reminded New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady of a pick-six he threw during a previous meeting between the teams.
When the Eagles and Patriots played at Gillette Stadium on December 6, 2015, Brady was sacked four times and intercepted twice in a 35-28 Eagles win.
Jenkins returned one of those interceptions 99 yards for a touchdown and reminded Brady of that pick-six during Monday's Super Bowl LII Opening Night at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.
"I do have that ball in my man cave," he said during a joint interview session that included Brady, Jenkins, Eagles quarterback Nick Foles and Patriots safety Devin McCourty. "It would be nice to add another one."
"I want to make sure I don't throw it to Malcolm," Brady said. "That's what I make sure I don't do."
Brady was also teased for being a 40-year-old quarterback seated next to Foles, who was 13 when the Patriots won their first Super Bowl following the 2001 season.
"I was a huge football fan growing up. I watched Tom win his first Super Bowl and what an exciting time, guy to look up to," Foles said. "But it's exciting that we get to compete on the biggest stage there is."