Tom Brady's a Legend, but New England Is 'Garoppolonoid'

Tom Brady's a Legend, but New England Is 'Garoppolonoid'

"I have never denied anybody anything in regards to TB12 [the facility run by his trainer]".

Belichick would not talk about the subject yesterday, instead keeping his focus on the home game with Tennessee.

The Patriots, who past year won their second Super Bowl title in three seasons, had a first-round bye after finishing atop the AFC and will host the Tennessee Titans on Saturday in the divisional round of the playoffs.

Much of the problem comes from reports that Kraft forced Belichick to trade quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo to the San Francisco 49ers, which was said to have made the coach "furious and demoralized". But that year the Patriots lost to the New York Jets, 28-21, on divisional weekend. "You think Robert Kraft is just going to let him out?"

Brady also stated: "I've never celebrated when someone has been traded, been cut. It's disappointing to hear", Brady said. "When I see myself out there, I feel like, 'Man, I still do this, and I do it better than I've ever done it, so why should I stop?'" I have kept in touch with all those guys. I have always found it very flattering when teammates go there. I've felt like I had such a great relationship with all the quarterbacks I've worked with.

What, I'm insane to keep pointing that out? Why? "To characterize that as a certain way is just completely wrong".

Asked what was true in the story, Brady called that "a tough question".

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Oddly enough, Favre has to know that his former employer has a nifty little quarterback of its own who many believe to be one of the greatest to ever do it.

Belichick wouldn't address the validity of a Boston Globe report that Guerrero had been banned from the sideline or travelling on the team plane, but said "there are different relationships, different situations with dozens of other people". "When he's done, I'll be done, too". Plus, if the Giants really wanted Belichick and had a chance to land the longtime Patriots coach, they nearly certainly wouldn't let Collins' opinion stand in their way.

"An ESPN article doesn't help us when we go out there and it's negative-9 degrees". "His job as the quarterback is always hard in terms of the preparation for the opponent, and he knows how much time and effort that takes to be ready to play against a really good team".

"We just don't pay attention to it", Chung said of potential distractions.

"I don't foresee them being beat", Favre said.

- Though it never seemed to be in doubt, Bill Belichick fired up his locker room on Monday with an affirmation that he'll continue to be the Patriots' head coach next season.

Shortly after the report was released, Patriots fans voiced their displeasure with it by blasting ESPN on social media. "I don't know enough, I really don't, to make any comment about something like that".