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FOXBORO, Mass. — If anyone is worried that Tom Brady will get bogged down by Tebowmania, stop right now.
Brady had the perfect answer when asked if Tim Tebow would cause a distraction in Foxboro: “I don’t worry about much these days.”
“I’ve been around long enough to see all different kinds of things happen like trades, people being cut, guys join the team, all the media attention, what happened in 2007, post Super Bowls, tough losses,” Brady continued. “It comes with the territory. So I think everyone is prepared to deal with different things that happen on a daily basis. And to be mentally tough enough to push through and still be able to do your job at a high level is most important. That’s what you really owe the team to show up every day and do your job the best you can.”
Brady said he has a high level of respect for Tebow from what he’s seen him do in the past. He also said that the new quarterback has been picking his brain on the practice field during minicamp.
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