In retrospect, 49ers fans have probably done enough of that for everyone.
Brady clinched the fifth Lombardi Trophy of his career last season, becoming the first quarterback to do so, as he led the New England Patriots to the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history, guiding them back from 28-3 down to a 34-28 victory in Houston.
The ESPN The Magazine story said "some players and staffers noticed that Brady seemed especially excited, hollering and cajoling". "The docu-series is intimate, in-depth and more personal than anything I've released on my social channels, so I think it will be a great way of extending my reach to people on Facebook Watch". Like I said, I have a great relationship with all my teammates.
And I mean, how much longer are people going to complain about the Jimmy Garoppolo trade? I know those situations aren't easy. "Ignore the noise from the outside and I feel like that's what myself, a lot of other players have been doing", tight end Rob Gronkowski told reporters. I've kept in touch with all those guys. 'When [former Patriots quarterback] Matt Cassel was gone. The show, called "Tom vs Time", promises to go behind the scenes with the aging quarterback to show how he works out and eats to keep playing, a source of debate lately among National Football League fans.
What, I'm insane to keep pointing that out? Why? While this was likely just some praise he wanted to hurl toward Tom Brady, conspiracy theorists will certainly make this out to be about Favre taking subtle jabs at Aaron Rodgers. Garoppolo, 26, went 5-0 as San Francisco's starter and is entering free agency in March. "In 18 years, I've never celebrated when someone has been traded, been cut", Brady said in his weekly radio appearance on radio station WEEI.
"Nothing has happened since then, so I don't have anything to add to it. When he's done, I'll be done, too".
I can hear them now.
Were the Browns ever really close to sealing the deal and making the splashy trade?
It's no secret that Belichick was desperate to keep his backup at the Patriots as a long-term replacement for Brady. 'When you talk about the way I see things, the way you guys see things, the way the writer may see things, the way Coach Belichick may see things, everyone has different truths based on their perspectives.
Chopra, who has worked with Brady on two seasons of "Religion of Sports" on DirecTV's Audience Network, said the series proves that Brady is not "some alien or genetic freak".
Brady is the featured subject in a docu-series called "Tom vs Time", soon to debut on the Facebook Watch video platform, it was announced Tuesday.