Found October 23, 2012 on The Awesome Boston:
CBS Sports Hub: The Patriots released a video from inside their locker room following their dramatic overtime victory over the Jets. The usual cast of characters was featured: Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, Robert Kraft … and Donald Trump. “The Donald” was the surprise guest in the video, as he demonstrated that being rich and famous and having rich and famous friends can lead you all sorts of places, including the Patriots’ locker room. A.B. I think I speak for all New Englanders when I say, “GET THAT NEW YORKER OUT OF THE LOCKER ROOM!” But in all seriousness, as NESN pointed out, the above video screen grab is worth A LOT of money. Brady, Belichick, Kraft & Trump; A billionaire power group if I’ve ever seen one. A picture is worth a thousand words a billion dollars.
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