Katie Nolan Drops Harsh Words About Tom Brady After Patriots Departure

Tom Brady left the New England Patriots a week ago, and Katie Nolan isn’t really happy about it. Nolan went on ESPN’s “Highly Questionable” and discussed Brady’s departure. It turns out that she was really upset about it. Brady was a Patriot for two decades, and now he is going with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Life is hard, right? That’s how Nolan sees things.

“I’m at the point now where I’m mad at Tom Brady,” she said. “Can we talk about that? I’m upset.”

Nolan is a Boston native. She’s a diehard Patriots fan and ultimate Brady supporter. No, she didn’t like this. Brady signed with a different team. Why?!

“Today was the first day in my life where I ever said the phrase — and I can’t say it on the internet, I don’t know, I could — ‘Eff Tom Brady.’ I said it aloud,” Nolan said Tuesday. “I was listening to the conference call and I said, ‘F— you,’ and then I was like, ‘Oh my God, that’s Tom Brady.’ I don’t know. He didn’t answer any questions. Which of course he didn’t. Which I know you guys have been probably annoyed by for forever. But it was for me before and now it’s against me. I didn’t like it.”

Katie Nolan is frustrated with TB12

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are more than happy to have Brady on the roster. They introduced the quarterback on a conference call Tuesday. TB12 discussed his offseason move and announced his plans for the upcoming stage of his NFL career. Nolan was frustrated with the GOAT leaving New England for another team after 20 years. It’s really hard.

“Were there things you liked about your ex-boyfriend that then when he started doing them for another woman you didn’t like it anymore,” she explained. “My reaction is natural and human.”

Brady signed a two-year contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. This deal provides $60 million and many other benefits. The team can’t trade him away during that period. This means that Brady and his family will stay in Tampa for at least two years. Will Brady react to Nolan’s comments? I don’t think so. He didn’t want to talk about the Patriots not trying good enough to keep him. Why would he discuss every comment people make about him?