Tom Brady On What He’ll Miss Most About Patriots
Tom Brady opened up on what he will miss most about the New England Patriots this past week.
Last Friday, Brady officially signed a multi-year deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
This week, Brady opened up about what led to his move from New England to Tampa Bay.
“I don’t want to talk about the past, because it’s not relevant to what’s important in my future, and what’s going on this offseason for me,” he said.
“I had nothing but two decades of incredible experiences and learning from some of the best players, and the best coaches and the ownership of the team. For all of us, things in life can change, and you’ve got to be able to adapt and evolve.”
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Brady then opened up about what he will most about the Patriots.
“Any time you leave somewhere, it’s very emotional . . . the transition is very emotional with a lot of guys I’ve talked to, that I’ve shared the field with,” he said.
“The relationships are what matters most to me. I’m going to be friends with my teammates, my former teammates and former coaches the rest of my life. That’s not going to leave because I’m wearing a different jersey.”
How will Brady fare at his new locale? Time will tell.