Found February 02, 2012 on
Pro Football Zone:
After Wednesday’s media session in Indianapolis for Super Bowl XLVI, fans of the Buffalo Bills now have a reason to hate Patriots quarterback Tom Brady even more.
The media asked Brady to describe the commitment that was made by his father Tom Sr. during the early days of his career.
“My dad was always there to support me,” Brady said. “He’s been there every step of the way. Then I went to school a long ways from home (University of Michigan) and he and my mom were there at every home football game that they could possibly be at and a lot of road games, too.
“And even when I started my pro career, he traveled to Buffalo. I don’t know if you guys have ever been to the hotels in Buffalo — they’re not the nicest places in the world — but he would still travel to those. It was just great to grow up in a house like that and feel so supported by your mom and dad.”
After realizing that he basically said all Buffalo hotels are trash, he attempted to back track.
“No, they’re fine. Don’t go
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