You want to put an asterisk with every Patriots mention in the history books because of Spygate? What about what the Colts did when they were at their peak, says Deion Sanders?

The topic was broached by LaDainian Tomlinson following Super Bowl LI, saying that critics may try to take away from New England's run of success, and Sanders had the team's back. 

"Those same critics, did they say anything about the wins that the Indianapolis Colts had? You want to talk about that too? Because they were getting everybody’s signals," Sanders said on NFL Network after Super Bowl LI. "Come on, you don’t walk up to the line and look over here and the man on the sideline giving you the defense that they’ve stolen the plays of. We all knew. LT knew. Everybody in the NFL knew. We just didn’t let the fans know. That was real and that was happening in Indy."

Former Colts coach Tony Dungy joined PFT Live on Wednesday, and he responded to Sanders' comments to say that what his club did wasn't illegal. But he didn't deny Indy was stealing signs. 

"Deion, I’m sure on every scouting report that he ever got, the first thing that’s on there on the defensive scouting reports: Who is the live signal caller? Who signals the personnel groups in. And that’s what happened," Dungy said. "And you looked over there because you wanted to know as a defensive player: Is it going to be three wide receivers? Is it going to be two tight ends? Who’s in the game? There’s a person over there signaling and Deion Sanders and every other defensive player would look at the offensive sideline to get that signal. So that is football. And I’m not sure what Deion is referring to, really."


Dungy added: "That’s all part of the game, but doing it legally and [taping] illegally, that’s the difference. I hope Deion is not saying we did something illegally. Of course we got signals when we had an opportunity to do that. And so did Deion."