New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady claims newly signed wide receiver Antonio Brown“is into doing what is in the best interest for the group,“ following his controversial departure from the Oakland Raiders.
Brown spent nine decades before forcing a trade to the Raiders to be published after a series of squabbles with the group on Saturday, starring for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Brown agreed to a bargain together with the defending Super Bowl champion Patriots hours and made his way on Monday, to Foxborough, Massachusetts.
Brady told Westwood One which he“really enjoyed being around“ Brown, and described him as“a very intelligent football player, [that ] knows just how to play the game. He’s been extremely successful.“
Brady said that he and Brown are“likely to meet as much as we possibly can. I believe that relationship is important. The more you know one another, the further you know what each other’s thinking, the faster you can accelerate the confidence and trust in one another once you get on the field.“
Brady, who led the Patriots to a 33-3 victory over the Steelers on Sunday night, said he was not“buying into some hype or potential. I am into work. He is to work, and our crime is into doing what’s in the best interest to your group. I am really excited to get to clinic on Wednesday.“
Brown is four-time first-team All-Pro and a Pro Bowl choice. In 130 matches, he has grabs for 74 touchdowns and 11,207 yards.
With 129 grabs and 1,698 metres, Brown led the NFL in 2014. He also led the league again with 136 catches, even though his 1,834 yards trailed league-leading Julio Jones‘ 1,871.
The 1,533 yards of brown has been also the best in the NFL.

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