Watch: Tom Brady Reads Mean Tweets, Admits He Has A Pottymouth, He Cries

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is really popular on Twitter these days. People can’t stop talking about his next move with the New England Patriots. Many ask questions about his free agency. But, Brady sure knows how to add fuel to the fire. TB12 popped on Twitter with a cryptic message. It was a black-and-white pic of him, and he is inside Gillette Stadium. The Internet went on fire! Is Brady leaving the Patriots? Is he entering the field? What’s going on? As if this wasn’t enough, Brady appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live and read a few mean tweets.

In the special Super Bowl edition of the segment, Brady came face to face with online scrutiny. In one of the tweets, someone calls Brady a cry baby. The quarterback actually admitted that he does sometimes cry.

More mean tweets for Brady

TB12 will sure get a few more mean tweets as he is set to become a free agent in March. Brady will hit the open market for the first time in his career, and he will have to make a big decision. Some people won’t be happy with his choice, but hey, it’s Brady’s choice after all. He knows what’s best for him.

Team owner Robert Kraft sets the rules. He will have to give Brady a good deal. Brady isn’t the highest-paid quarterback in the NFL, and maybe he wants to change that. His former teammate, Rob Gronkowski, encouraged Brady to test the market and check out some of the offers. Joe Montana advised him to stay in New England.

Brady will be 43 in August, but that doesn’t change the fact that he is the best in the NFL. Recent reports reveal that 11 teams are interested at the moment, including the Los Angeles Chargers and New York Giants. The Washington Redskins and New York Jets are also in the mix. Everyone wants to add Brady to the roster, and we know many team owners who will spend a lot of money to get the star player. Is Kraft willing to spend that much to get Brady on his team? Let’s see what happens next.

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