Super Bowl MVP still doesn't have car prize

Five months after Tom Brady took the New England Patriots on a Super Bowl winning drive, he can't drive the car he was promised for winning the Super Bowl MVP award.

Brady confirmed to ESPN's Chris Mortensen that he has not yet received the Cadillac he was "awarded" when he was voted the MVP in New England's 32-29 victory over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl XXXVIII. Brady passed for 354 yards and three touchdowns on Feb. 1 to earn the award.

"I'm not driving (the) car, that's for sure," said Brady. "It's the damndest thing I ever heard. It's ridiculous."

Brady also won the Super Bowl MVP award in 2002 when he led the Patriots over the Rams. He said he received that car, also a Cadillac, within two-to-three weeks after the game.

NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said last week that there had been some confusion about the delivery site and some delayed manufacturing of the specific Cadillac model, but that delivery was anticipated very soon. Brady and agents Don Yee and Steve Dubin refuted that there was confusion about a delivery site. GM officials have not returned phone calls to Mortensen.