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Whatever your political affiliations are, there’s one thing everyone ought to be able to agree upon: there’s been a lot of vitriol on both sides of the aisle. Likewise, that’s exactly why Tom Brady eschews any political aspirations.
On Monday night, Brady did an interview with Jim Gray and Westwood One in which he touched on a number of subjects. First and foremost was Hurricane Sandy, the devastation it caused and the emotional impact of playing sporting events in the immediate wake of such disasters. Brady compared it to playing in the 2002 Super Bowl just months after 9/11.
As Tuesday marks the presidential election, however, perhaps the most interesting comments from Brady were on his (lack of) political aspirations. In short, it seems Tom Terrific has too much integrity to lower himself to the seemingly necessary partisan bickering.
“I follow it relatively closely,” said Brady. “I enjoy watching, kind of, the banter that goes back and forth. I don’t think I’ll ever get into pol...
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Luckily for Tom Brady and some other members of the Patriots, they're in the middle of some time off, given their Week 9 bye week.
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Now past the midway point in the 2012 NFL campaign, the playoff picture has begun to paint itself in both the AFC and NFC.
That picture does not include the Kansas City Chiefs.
The NFC seems to be far and away the stronger conference, with two of the three best teams in terms of record, as well as strong title contenders such as the 49ers and Packers.
The AFC has several title contenders...
Tom E. Curran covers the Patriots and the NFL for Comcast SportsNet New England. He decides fashion sense, too, as evidenced by his line of questioning for Tom Brady today: “Sometimes you dress kind...
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Despite being recognized as one of the most style-conscious athletes, Tom Brady’s sartorial sense often sparks controversy among fans and media alike. From his hairstyles to his clothing and accessory choices to his endorsement deals, Brady’s fashion-related endeavors constantly make headlines. Most recently a photo surfaced of the New England Patriots QB, dressed in thick-rimmed...
While Andrew Luck, Matt Ryan and Doug Martin captivated the
football world on Sunday, Tom Brady was sitting at home with his feet up. But just because the Patriots didn't have a
game, didn't mean the quarterback wasn't still working.
Brady, making his weekly appearance on WEEI's Dennis and Callahan Morning Show on
Monday, explained how difficult it can be to...
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The Baltimore Ravens' game at the Pittsburgh Steelers will remain on Sunday night Nov. 18.
Week 11 is when flexible scheduling kicks in, allowing the NFL to move a more appealing matchup into prime time if need be. But with the rival Ravens (6-2) and Steelers (5-3) again battling for the AFC North title, NBC is keeping the game.
The league said Monday that the Indianapolis...
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Chris: 31-17, Pats: I think this game will be closer than week four. But seriously, I do. Unless Dave Wannstedt is seriously the worst defensive coordinator ever, Wes Welker and the running game...