““Though we’ve received word that Brady’s MRI showed no structural damage, as a precautionary measure, I have issued an executive order mandating that every man, woman, and child currently living in the state disperse immediately so as to avoid any chance of aggravating his injury,” said Governor Deval Patrick.”
““…I’m trying to watch over Aaron and Brandon,” Brady tells Tebow.
“I appreciate that, too, man. They’re good guys,” Tebow responds.
“[Yeah] they’re a lot to handle,” Brady says.”
Tebow and Brady are shown talking about Hernandez — as well as former Florida Gator Brandon Spikes — in the long-forgotten video from NFL Films.
This week’s Sports Illustrated features Tom Brady, who is making his 19th appearance on the SI cover. (Simon Bruty/SI)
The Tom Behind Tom Brady
From CBS Sports yesterday, taking a closer look at Brady’s mechanics coach Tom Martinez.
“Yeah, start drinking early. Get nice and rowdy. 4:15 game, lot of time to get lubed up. Come out here, and cheer for the home team.”
New England Patriots quarterback TOM BRADY, giving his team’s fans advice on how to stay
inebriated sloshed classy for their game against the Chargers this Sunday.
The team later clarified, via a statement, that by “lubed up” Brady meant “Stay hydrated and drink a lot of water.”
I guess the Patriots think y’all are already drunk.
In an interview with WEEI this morning, Tom Brady said that he would “welcome Randy Moss with open arms”. Randy has also said that he would come back to New England. So now there is all sort of speculation. I find it really hard to believe that the Patriots would bring him back. If it was up to me, I’d offer him a low contract that’s easy to cut. Ideally an incentive laden deal would work with these players, but not in this case, he’d be asking for the ball way too much in order to reach his incentives. When it’s all said and done, I strongly doubt that Randy Moss will be on the Patriots roster at all this year.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is one of just four players to be tabbed with a 99 rating in the Madden 12 video game, set for release on Aug. 30. He’s joined by Chargers tight end Antonio Gates, Steelers strong safety Troy Polamalu and Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis.
This is the first time in several editions that Peyton Manning doesn’t begin with a 99 rating, which he lost last year during a roster update, during which players may have their scores adjusted in-season.