Tom Brady was "one million percent in" when the Patriots signed up with Antonio Brown – apparently he just wanted everyone not to know.
"That should be a private conversation," the quarterback told Westwood One Sportradio on Monday his comments to team owner Robert Kraft when New England signed the vicious star in early September.
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Instead, it was aired by Al Michaels of NBC at the same time in "Sunday Night Football," in addition to the development that Brady Brown had invited into his breathtaking, Moving 10,000 square foot mansion in Massachusetts.
Since then, Brown has been the subject of two allegations of sexual assault ̵
Brady denied the radio The premise of outlet was that he disapproved of the Patriots' decision to cut Brown. Although the Patriots had angered the field, they made the Pats an even bigger favorite to win the Super Bowl.
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I'm not asked, "Brady said of personnel decisions.