Quarterback Tom Brady left his New England Patriots for the first time in his career. He has been part of the team for two decades. Seeing him go somewhere else was a big blow for the Patriots nation. Brady hasn’t made any comments on his decision until now. When asked about his departure from Foxboro, Brady provided a diplomatic response.
I am not responsible for how other people will say certain things. Mr. Kraft
has been a great influence in my life. I am so thankful for 2 decades. … I am
excited for this opportunity.”
He didn’t fail to mention that there’s no bigger Patriots fan than him. Brady has nothing but respect and love for the Patriots. He is grateful to Patriots owner Robert Kraft, head coach Bill Belichick, and the entire organization.
When did Brady decide
to move on from the Patriots? According to him, it happened on the night he
spoke with Kraft. They had a really good conversation. TB12 used the
opportunity to express what Kraft has meant to him in his life. They talked to
Belichick, and it was a brilliant conversation.
Brady doesn’t like
talking about the past and he is now focused on his season with the Buccaneers.
He literally sidestepped the question about what the Patriots could have done
to keep him.
“Again, I don’t want to talk about the past because that’s not relevant to what’s important in my future and this offseason for me,” he said as confirmed by the Boston Globe‘s Jim McBride.
Tom Brady is out of the New England Patriots
Brady won six
titles, and he is a three-time MVP. For most NFL fans, he is the best
quarterback of all times.
“Where I’ve been, I’ve learned a great deal,” he said. “As
I move forward, no one cares what you’ve done in the past. There’s a lot of
things I have to get up to speed on, learning different terminology, that’s a
unique challenge I haven’t faced, but one I look forward to.”
Brady really hopes his great experience will help him adjust to Bruce Arians’ offense.
The start of the
offseason team activities is delayed. Officials will wait for the coronavirus