Apparently, Tom Brady doesn't have a mean bone in his body, because that's the only way to explain his reaction when he found out Monday that Reggie Wayne called him a cheater.

During his weekly interview with WEEI in Boston, Brady was asked about Wayne's comments. Of course, since Brady doesn't pay attention to anything except for Patriots football during the NFL season, he apparently had no clue that Wayne had said.

"I don't know what Reggie said or anything, but I liked being with Reggie," Brady said, via "I actually had a lot of great conversations with him. Played against him for a long time. He's a Hall of Famer. I always wish Reggie the best. He was a great player."

Being called a Hall of Famer by Brady is quite the compliment.

Anyway, since Brady didn't know what Wayne had said, the hosts of the show decided to inform him. If you missed it, Wayne said that Brady shouldn't be eligible for MVP this year because he was caught cheating during the Deflategate scandal.

That probably had Brady steaming mad, right?

Wrong. All the quarterback could do was laugh.

"Well, I still think he's a great player. It doesn't change the experiences I had when he was here," Brady said.

Wayne spent about a month in New England during the 2015 preseason before eventually asking to be released because he wasn't having fun anymore.

As for Brady, he has so much going on in his life that he doesn't have time to be mad at guys like Wayne.

"I think there's been a lot of people who have said a lot of things over the years that I disagree with," Brady said, via WEEI. "I try and get up every day and do the best that I can do. You give everyone else your power when you start reacting to everything that they say. I wouldn't change places with anyone. I have healthy kids. I love my family. I love my team. I love doing what I love to do. I don't have any complaints."

Of course, no one will be surprised if Brady never returns a text message from Wayne ever again.

Brady talked about several other things during his interview, including what it's like to have a teammate like Jamie Collins traded way and how good his son is at fantasy football. You can read about that by clicking here.