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Tom Brady Explains Patriots Fans The Reason For Missing Thursday’s Practice
October 31, 2019
We have a helmet situation here. First, it was Antonio Brown and his disapproval of the helmet he was supposed to wear. Tom Brady can no longer wear his old helmet, because the NFL says it’s not safe. We have Brady again, and this time it has something to do with his Halloween costume. The Patriots quarterback even revealed his reasons to miss Thursday’s practice.
Brady took to Instagram to share a photo of his Halloween costume. To keep
the costume on, Brady will have to skip Thursday’s practice. Well, he will have
to get ready for the game against the Baltimore Ravens.
How will head coach Bill Belichick react to Brady’s costume? Imagine Brady strolling onto the Gillette Stadium with this stormtrooper helmet. That would be crazy.
The Week 9 game will be really important for the Patriots, and they will try to defeat the Ravens. It will be a tough game for the team, but we believe that Brady will handle this.
When it comes to Brady, fans keep talking about his retirement. It’s
interesting to note that Brady doesn’t even think of this.
“It seems that there are an awful amount of people out there
that know a lot more about you than you do. What’s going on with all of this,
and why do you feel like this has hit such a fever pitch midway through the
season?” Jim Gray asked.
“I don’t know. It sure seems that way,” Brady responded. “And
none of it’s brought on by the things that I’ve said. I said last week that
nothing has changed with my status of my team and my standing. So I’ve really
been focused on my job, and a lot of the hype and a lot of the media speculation
is just that. It’s probably that time of year where you don’t need to focus so
much on the wins and losses and you start focusing on a lot of other things. I
think the media has the right to do that. I certainly don’t. I’m focused on
what I need to do this year, and we’re off to a good start. I want to
capitalize here in the second half of the year, and that’s where I’m at