Julian Edelman Announces He’s ‘Back At It’ With Awesome Instagram Photo

New England Patriots wideout Julian Edelman motivates himself and his fans with the best photo. Just kidding. Sort of. The veteran wide receiver took to his Instagram account to share a photo of him getting ready for the upcoming season. Tom Brady will not join the Patriots for the 2020 NFL season, and this will be their first season without the GOAT. Where does this leave the Patriots? Are they ready to move on? Edelman sure is. That’s what this photo suggests.

Brady and Edelman are really great friends. They were more than teammates and made the best quarterback-wide receiver duo in the football history. Edelman started off a campaign to keep Brady in New England and even printed T-shirts. Well, Brady is gone now, and he will stay in the Tampa Bay area for two seasons.

Julian Edelman does more than just taking a photo

TB12 ended a two-decade run with the Patriots. He and Edelman shared the same locker room for a decade. Seeing him go was a shock, but Brady did what’s best for him. Head coach Bill Belichick did what’s best for the team.

It turns out that Edelman will use Brady’s departure as a motivation. This will be his fuel as he prepares for the 2020 season. An anonymous Patriots player told Mike Giardi of the NFL Network that the wideout doesn’t like excuses and hates losing. According to this player Edelman is all ready for the 2020 season, and he has something to prove. He will show everyone that he is not “a product of Brady.”

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Back at it.

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Giardi also reported that Edelman is a regular at throwing sessions this offseason. He has been working with second-year quarterback Jarrett Stidham. We don’t really know whether they clicked together, but we do know that they spend a lot of time working on their bonding.

Edelman has always used the “nobody believes in us”card as a motivation. He knows that his team will be ready for the upcoming season despite the fact that Brady is no longer a Pats player. Yes, the Patriots are packed with talent and they can move on. They can win games.