Sources: Fire alarms in Pats hotel

Having reached Super Bowl XLIX, you can't blame the New England Patriots for having a few restless nights prior to the NFL's championship game.

But you can place blame elsewhere after the fire alarm went off in the players' wing of the team hotel at 2 a.m. Thursday, team sources told ESPN's Sal Paolantonio.

It was the second false alarm in the middle of the night this week in the players' wing, team sources said.

"I slept right through it," tight end Rob Gronkowski said of the first alarm on Tuesday. "I slept great last night. I'm glad I didn't hear it."

Quarterback Tom Brady said Thursday he slept through the second alarm as well.

"I haven't heard it. Must be sleeping through it, so that's good," Brady said. "I slept great."

Sheraton Wild Horse Pass public relations director Stephanie Sanstead confirmed that the fire alarm went off for two minutes Thursday morning, but she denied it went off in the players' wing.

"We apologize to our guests," said Sanstead, who also confirmed that it was the second incident of the week. "We are taking this matter very seriously. We are reviewing everything."