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    Skip Bayless referred to Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers as a “shock jock” for comments he made during his weekly radio spot. Rodgers, during his weekly appearance on the Pat McAfee Show, said he regards Bill Belichick as the greatest coach in NFL history — a title long bestowed upon Vince Lombardi, the legendary Packers coach for whom the Super Bowl trophy was named. Given Lombardi coached for the very same Packers franchise where Rodgers has spent the last 17 seasons, many expected Rodgers would surely throw his support behind Lombardi. During Wednesday’s Undisputed on Fox Sports 1, Bayless indicated he did not like the comments by Rodgers, and believes the Green Bay signal caller was trying to ruffle feathers with his provocative take. “This is vintage Aaron Rodgers,” Bayless said. “He’s feeling himself, ‘I finally got even with Tom Brady, I finally beat Tom Brady, so I can get away with saying anything I want to say. Who the hell was Vince Lombardi? I’ll pick Bill Belichick, just to piss them all off.’ He loves it, he’s a...
    A triumphant Tom Brady has taken to social media to heap the praise on his Tampa Bay team after beginning the season with a commanding 19-3 win over Dallas Cowboys. The 45-year-old began what is widely expected to be his final NFL season with the victory, finishing with a modest 212 yards, completing 18 of 27 passes for a touchdown and one inconsequential interception. But for Brady, in a video simply titled 'W' that was shared on Monday morning, it was all about his team-mates - namely Mike Evans, Julio Jones, the Bucs defense and Leonard Fournette. It was a winning start for Tom Brady and the Bucs on Sunday - they beat the Cowboys 19-3 The 45-year-old Brady produced an impressive display to orchestrate his side's victory  'That's one down, 1 and 0,' Brady said after the first game of his 23rd season. 'Mike camp up big, Julio came up big. Defense came up big. 'My boy Lenny! Actually took a tuddy from him tonight throwing it to Mike. Good to start the year 1 and 0. Now we are...
    More On: gisele bundchen Tom Brady is ‘sad’ but focusing on being ‘super dad’ amid Gisele spat Inside Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen’s family: Meet their 3 kids Gisele Bündchen once spoke of her ‘anger rising’ during Tom Brady fights Tom Brady hinted at Gisele Bündchen marital troubles after Buccaneers break Gisele Bündchen has returned to Florida and reunited with her kids, taking them to a water park following her spat with husband Tom Brady. Page Six exclusively reported last week that Bündchen, 42, had left their family compound in Tampa and flew alone to Costa Rica after an “epic fight” with Brady, 45, and amid rumors they were splitting. Sources said the fight was over his shock decision to un-retire from the NFL. But the supermodel has since jetted back to Florida to be with their kids. She was seen with them on Sunday at the Tidal Cove Water Park in Aventura, just north of Miami. Brady, who recently returned to training with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers...
    For the first time we can think of, Tom Brady has taken a leave of absence from training camp for “family reasons.” Throughout his NFL career, Tom Brady has been one to mostly keep his thoughts to himself, revealing as little as possible to the media. It’s subjected him to criticism, whether fair or foul. However, what was surprising was his decision to leave the Bucs during training camp for an extended period of at least ten days due to a “personal issue”, which NFL insider Ian Rapoport reported as most likely “family reasons.” From @NFLTotalAccess: With the focus on work/life balance, #Bucs QB Tom Brady steps away for a bit. pic.twitter.com/FuBzXSDYP1 — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 11, 2022 Though it’s a bit surprising, it hasn’t stopped his teammates, including linebacker Devin White from wishing him well. Sounds like Brady is dealing with something serious in his personal life. This is from Devin White today: "Hes a human. At the end of the day, hes got personal problems going on." "Were praying for whatever hes got going on as...
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers star Tom Brady is the highest-paid NFL player at an eye-popping $75million, according to Forbes.  It is the first time the star quarterback has come out on top in the list since it began 12 years ago. Brady has beaten the likes of Los Angeles Rams' Matthew Stafford, Green Bay Packers' Aaron Rodgers and Kansas City Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes. Tampa Bay Buccaneers star Tom Brady, pictured in training this week and earlier this summer with wife Gisele, is the highest-paid NFL player on $75million Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford is $9.5m behind Brady in Forbes standings The highest the seven-time Super Bowl champion had been before was second in the league's biggest earners standings when he was named No. 2 in 2021 on $72.5m.  His earnings have increased to $75m before taxes and agents' fees this year, taking him to the summit of the leaderboard. Fellow quarterbacks Stafford ($65.5m), Rodgers ($53m), Mahomes ($51.5m) and the Buffalo Bills' Josh Allen ($51m) complete the top five. Green Bay Packers' Aaron Rodgers makes the top three by taking home...
    Getty Mac Jones Fans of the New England Patriots went on quite the nostalgia trip thanks to Tom Brady and a few of his friends. The former Patriots quarterback is currently filming “80 for Brady,” a comedy that tells the story of four lifelong Brady fans, played by Sally Field, Jane Fonda, Rita Moreno, and Lily Tomlin, who road-trip to Super Bowl LI in the hopes of watching him take down the Atlanta Falcons. Brady is the executive producer of the film and will be playing himself. ALL the latest Patriots news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Patriots newsletter here! But he isn’t the only former Patriot to be in the movie. Brady will also be joined by Rob Gronkowski, Julian Edelman, and Danny Amendola. “We’ve been part of a lot of battles together,” Brady told Variety. “We’ve never been on a movie set together, but it felt like we were back in the locker room when we were there. Anytime I get my friends involved in things that I’m doing, it makes it that...
    TOM BRADY had his hair turned bright orange by kids at an event on Wednesday. But it was all in good faith as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback took part in a special cause. 4Tom Brady was given a makeover at a charity eventCredit: Buccaneers/National Pediatric Cancer Foundation 4The quarterback had his hair sprayed orangeCredit: Buccaneers/National Pediatric Cancer Foundation Brady's hair was turned bright orange on stage at a charity event. A group of pediatric cancer patients gave the NFL legend, 44, a makeover. It was part of the Buccaneers' 'Cut and Color for a Cure' event which raised money for the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation. Brady had a smile on his face as his hair was turned bright orange, and even gave a fist bump to one of the hair stylists. Earlier this week, he was filmed by supermodel wide Gisele in just his underpants. Gisele gave the world a rare glimpse of the NFL legend stripped down to just his underwear. The 44-year-old quarterback showed he is still in top physical condition ahead of the new season. Most...
    TOM BRADY had his hair turned bright orange by kids at an event on Wednesday. But it was all in good faith as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback took part in a special cause. 4Tom Brady was given a makeover at a charity eventCredit: Buccaneers/National Pediatric Cancer Foundation 4The quarterback had his hair sprayed orangeCredit: Buccaneers/National Pediatric Cancer Foundation Brady's hair was turned bright orange on stage at a charity event. A group of pediatric cancer patients gave the NFL legend, 44, a makeover. It was part of the Buccaneers' 'Cut and Color for a Cure' event which raised money for the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation. Brady had a smile on his face as his hair was turned bright orange, and even gave a fist bump to one of the hair stylists. Earlier this week, he was filmed by supermodel wide Gisele in just his underpants. Gisele gave the world a rare glimpse of the NFL legend stripped down to just his underwear. The 44-year-old quarterback showed he is still in top physical condition ahead of the new season. Most...
    Getty Akiem Hicks had some telling comments about his time with the Chicago Bears. Akiem Hicks has spoken. Less than a week after signing a one-year deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the former Chicago Bears Pro Bowl defensive lineman met with the media for the first time, and he had some telling comments about his time in the Windy City. A third-round draft pick for the New Orleans Saints (89th overall) in 2012, Hicks spent his first three years with the Saints until he was traded to the New England Patriots three games into the 2015 season. He signed with the Bears in 2016, becoming an instant fan favorite for his hard-nosed play and boisterous leadership on the field. He started 77 games for the Bears over his six seasons with the team, racking up 247 total tackles (51 for loss), 88 QB hits, 31.0 sacks, five forced fumbles and five fumble recoveries in that span, per Pro Football Reference. Now that he’s playing alongside Tom Brady again (they made it all the way to the AFC...
    The exact date of Tom Brady's eventual retirement remains a moving target, but his post-NFL career plans are finally taking shape: the seven-time Super Bowl champion is headed to the broadcast booth. Fox CEO Lachlan Murdoch has revealed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback will be Fox Sports' top NFL analyst at some point in the future. Whether that's after the upcoming season, when Brady will be 45, or sometime after remains unclear. Brady famously announced a comeback in March after just 40 days of retirement, saying he would return for a 23rd season in 2022. Tom Brady will head to the broadcast booth whenever he does decide to retire. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback will join Fox Sports as a lead NFL analyst, it's been announced Fox CEO Lachlan Murdoch (left) has revealed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback will be Fox Sports' top NFL analyst at some point in the future. Whether that's after the upcoming season, when Brady will be 45, or sometime after remains unclear. Now Brady will join longtime rivals, such as Peyton Manning, Tony Romo, and Drew...
    TOM Brady announced Sunday that he is coming out of retirement after only two months off the field. The Football legend made the announcement on his official Twitter account. 1Tom Brady announced that he will not be retiringCredit: Getty “These past two months I’ve realized my place is still on the field and not in the stands,” he wrote. “That time will come. But it’s not now. I love my teammates, and I love my supportive family.” Brady said that he will be returning for his 23rd season in Tampa. “Unfinished business LFG.” he wrote. Most read in SportFEARS FOR STAR WWE hall of famer Scott Hall 'on life support after suffering heart attack'HIRE HAG Ten Hag 'ready to become Man Utd manager' and could have Rangnick in his dugoutTIGER'S LAIR Inside Woods' £41m home golf star joked is so big after 'putting crutches on'LEGACY CONTINUES Manny Pacquiao Jr making boxing debut against legendary dad's wishes More to follow...For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online.The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sport...
    A frustrated Tom Brady was called for unsportsmanlike conduct during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' playoff game Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams after he got into an official’s face complaining about a no-call. Brady had taken a lick from Rams pass rusher Von Miller, and the superstar quarterback appeared to be complaining he got hit in the head on the attempted tackle.  CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Tom Brady of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers warms up before a game against the Los Angeles Rams in an NFC Divisional Playoff game at Raymond James Stadium Jan. 23, 2022, in Tampa, Fla. (Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images) As the Buccaneers quarterback approached his huddle, referee Shawn Hochuli threw a flag and called a penalty on Brady. On the next play, Brady tried to tell Hochuli he was bleeding from the mouth. Tampa Bay was trailing 17-3 at that point, and the Bucs' Ryan Succop missed a field goal to end the possession. BUCS' TOM BRADY 'NONCOMMITTAL' TO PLAYING NEXT SEASON: REPORT Brady’s penalty came days after he mentioned on the...
    Aaron Rodgers took a playful shot at Tom Brady and the New England Patriots on Wednesday days before the Green Bay Packers are set to play the San Francisco 49ers in the playoffs. Rodgers was doing a segment with Sportsnet, and in one instance called "Drone Jeopardy" the Packers quarterback was tasked to throw a football at a drone to reveal the question he would receive. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Aaron Rodgers (12) of the Green Bay Packers leads his team out before the game against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field on Jan. 9, 2022, in Detroit, Michigan. (Nic Antaya/Getty Images) He picked up the football, looked into the camera and said, "this is too firm for the Patriots." In the 2015 Deflategate scandal, Brady was accused of purposefully ordering the deflation of footballs during the AFC Championship against the Indianapolis Colts. The investigation led to a four-game suspension of Brady the following season. The Patriots won the playoff game 45-7 buoyed by LeGarrette Blount’s 148 rushing yards and three touchdowns. Brady had three...
    Antonio Brown has torched the Tom Brady bridge with what he said on a podcast Friday. The Antonio Brown saga is getting sadder and sadder by the day, as he is doing his very best to burn his bridge with his longtime supporter, Tom Brady. The former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New England Patriots were reportedly very close before it went to hell in a hand basket on Sunday afternoon at MetLife for all the world to see. Brown has been released by the Buccaneers and will probably never play another snap in the NFL. For those who choose to vote for him into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, do so at your own discretion. Here is Brown pretty much saying he and Brady are no longer friends. “To me, a friend is someone who’s got your back,” said Brown on the Full Send Podcast Friday. “Not everybody in sports is going to be your friend. Tom Brady’s my friend, why? Because I’m a good football player. He needs me to play football. People have different meanings of what friendship is.”...
    Peyton Manning is offering a helping hand to the NFL even as he’s been retired from pro football since the 2015 season. Manning joined the Madden NFL ratings adjustor team. Manning appeared in a video recapping his historic career and said all of the Super Bowl wins, the records and the competitive will to win was all to do one thing: to become a "Madden" ratings adjustor. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning (18) with New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady after a game at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. (Winslow Townson /Sports Illustrated via Getty Images) One of the first orders of business for the former Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos quarterback was to make sure Tampa Bay Buccaneers superstar Tom Brady’s numbers were up to par. "I did especially think that Brady’s accuracy rating was just a bit high. That’ll probably be one of the first things that I address," Manning said. Peyton Manning joined the Madden team. (EA Sports) Former Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Johnson was worried...
    Tom Brady’s dominance against the Colts continued on Sunday. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The future Hall of Famer completed 25 of 34 passes for 226 yards with one touchdown and one interception in Tampa Bay’s 38-31 comeback victory over Indianapolis. : Tom Brady #12 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is seen during the game against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium on November 28, 2021 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images) Brady said on the latest episode of the "Let’s Go!" podcast with Jim Gray that he is now 16-4 against the team over his illustrious career. Most of the victories came when Brady was starring for the New England Patriots and went head-to-head against Peyton Manning and the Colts. NFL WEEK 12 SCHEDULE, SCORES, UPDATES AND MORE A Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan is seen during the game against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium on November 28, 2021 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images) "Always fun talking to you [Jim Gray] on a Monday after winning," Brady...
    Tom Brady may have irked some NFL defenders on Monday with his comments about those players during the "Monday Night Football" simulcast with Peyton and Eli Manning. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers superstar gave a simplistic explanation about what playing defense meant to him during the Seattle Seahawks-New Orleans Saints game. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) throws his 600th career touchdown pass during the first half of an NFL football game against the Chicago Bears Sunday, Oct. 24, 2021, in Tampa, Fla. (AP Photo/Jason Behnken) "Have you ever been in some of those defensive meeting rooms? You wonder why they play defense and after about two minutes you go, ‘yep they could never be an offensive player," Brady quipped. "Defense is kinda like a dog chasing a car. Just get the guy with the ball." The dig drew a ton of reaction on Twitter, including from one of Brady’s most staunch defenders and former teammate Tedy Bruschi who jokingly said the comment ended their friendship. TAMPA, FLORIDA - OCTOBER...
    Getty Ex-New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady celebrating after another victory over the New York Jets. Despite leaving the AFC East, Tom Brady continues to find ways to throw shade at the New York Jets. The former Michigan product was originally taken No. 199 overall in the sixth round of the 2000 draft by the New England Patriots. A relative afterthought at quarterback evolved and developed into the greatest players in professional football history. During his 20 year run in New England, Brady won six Super Bowl championships. After he got bored of that he moved down to Florida, as most old people do, and won a record-breaking seventh title in his first year with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! Brady Is Back at It Again Play VideoVideo related to tom brady takes vicious unprovoked shot at the jets2021-10-20T17:10:57-04:00 Brady appeared on the latest episode of the Let’s Go podcast and was recapping the Week 6 Sunday...
    Lala Kent Spotted Without Engagement Ring Amid Randall Emmett Split Rumors New York lawyers plead guilty in Molotov cocktail case The NFL world has been abuzz over Aaron Rodgers' fiery celebration against the Bears on Sunday when the reigning MVP emphatically yelled to opposing fans that he "still owns" them. That includes Tom Brady. Joining SiriusXM NFL Radio on Wednesday, the Buccaneers quarterback jokingly congratulated his fellow signal-caller for becoming "a shareholder of the Bears," then proceeded to throw shade on a few other NFL teams when asked which cities he owns. © Provided by CBS Sports "I wanted to say congrats to Aaron Rodgers," Brady said before discussing film of the Bears and Packers. "Obviously I know he's a great quarterback, but I guess he's now a shareholder of the Bears ... I saw a clip of him really enthusiastically telling the crowd how happy he is to own Soldier Field. And that's really great stuff. He owns the Bucks now. Part owner of Soldier Field. So he's got a great career beyond football." Asked whether he can...
    Six Super Bowl titles wasn’t enough to earn Tom Brady cheers on Sunday night in Foxborough. Patriots fans are tough to please. The Patriots showed a Brady tribute video pregame, in the hopes it would set a trend of appreciation for the man who helped change the culture of New England football. While fans were initially kind to Brady before kickoff, that all changed on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ first offensive possession. Patriots fans cheered Tom Brady right up until Tom Brady actually took the field to play the Patriots. Then the boos started. pic.twitter.com/IgG51SZoMj — The Big Lead (@TheBigLead) October 4, 2021 Boston sports fans are tough to read. While they loved Brady when he was on their side, leaving for greener pastures and succeeding so quickly has to leave a bad taste in the mouths of fans and the organization. Patriots fans boo Tom Brady is return to New EnglandGillette Stadium is sold out for Brady’s much-anticipated return. There’s no doubt he’ll go into the Hall as a Patriot, but this is a rare opportunity for fans...
    The most tantalizing "What Ifs" in Hollywood history Jaw-Dropping Stats About the State of Retirement in America © Provided by Sports Illustrated If you’re going to use a Tom Brady quote, you better credit him properly. 1. As we have noted many times in Traina Thoughts and on the SI Media Podcast in recent months, the Tampa Bay version of Tom Brady has been willing to show us more of his personality than he ever did in New England, and it’s been downright delightful. Several weeks ago, we told you about Brady “finding his voice.” Earlier this week, we praised Brady’s hilariously absurd Subway commercials. And now we have Brady endearing himself to everyone in the content game. The future Hall of Famer appears on the weekly SiriusXM radio show Let’s Go with Jim Gray and Larry Fitzgerald, and ESPN’s SportsCenter Twitter account, which has 38 million followers, pulled and promoted a Brady quote from the show. While they did credit the show at the bottom of the graphic, there was no link back to the show in the tweet. And Tommy...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Tom Brady and Peyton Manning had plenty of battles on the football field, with Brady usually coming out on top. Now, Manning is even admitting defeat off the field. Manning and his brother Eli kicked off their careers calling Monday Night Football in Week 1, giving fans an extremely entertaining alternate broadcast of Monday night’s Ravens-Raiders game on ESPN2. Early in the contest, Peyton took a shot at Brady for the Tampa Bay quarterback’s opposition of the NFL’s new jersey rule, which Brady has lambasted since it was announced in April. Brady has made it clear that he is not a fan of defensive backs and linebackers wearing single digits on the back of their jerseys. Early in the broadcast, Manning called out Brady’s opposition of the rule, taking a jab at his former rival. “The reason he’s saying that is offensive linemen are used to accounting for guys wearing No. 90 or No. 50. They’re not used to accounting for guys who wear No. 9 or No 6. He’s worried about guys getting confused about who...
    Peyton Manning jabbed Tom Brady over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ star unhappiness with some defenders wearing single-digit numbers this season. Manning, who was participating in ESPN’s "Monday Night Football" simulcast with his brother Eli, was breaking down a play in the first quarter between the Las Vegas Raiders and Baltimore Ravens when he mentioned that Ravens linebacker Patrick Queen was wearing No. 6. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The former NFL quarterback had to mention Brady and his outspokenness about the new guidelines. "I know Brady doesn’t like the single-digit linebackers but Tom it’s here to stay. You better deal with it. Learn the fact that a mike linebacker is wearing No. 6," Manning said. Manning explained the reason why Brady was upset because offensive linemen aren’t used to blocking guys with single digits. He said he supported the number change and suggested players just study hard the week leading up to the game. The NFL expanded the rules for jersey numbers this season allowing running backs, tight ends, fullbacks and wide receivers to wear jersey numbers...
    Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers came away with a 31-29 comeback victory over the Dallas Cowboys to kick off the 2021 NFL season, but Brady is already looking ahead to their Week 2 matchup. The future Hall of Fame quarterback posted a video on Monday talking about the win over the Cowboys and putting his attention on Week 2 against the Atlanta Falcons. While there doesn't appear to be anything out of the ordinary at first, a closer look at Brady's computer screen over his right shoulder offers a glimpse into Brady's mindset. He's never going to forget his comeback win over the Falcons on the biggest stage in sports. Brady's computer screen had the time of 3:28 in the back, which appeared to be a subtle shot at the Falcons. Atlanta led the New England Patriots by a score of 28-3 in Super Bowl LI late in the third quarter only to end up losing. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Obviously, Brady led the Patriots to arguably the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history....
    Getty Tom Brady will go up against his old team in October. When Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady returns to New England in Week 4, he will see his real replacement with his old team. It’s no longer just Brady versus his old coach, Bill Belichick, as CBS Sports’ Tyler Sullivan described it. Patriots rookie quarterback Mac Jones joined the Bucs-Patriots storyline foray amid becoming the starter upon Cam Newton’s surprising release on Tuesday. Newton couldn’t rebuild his career with the Patriots, and his “misunderstanding” over COVID-19 protocols led to missed time in training camp. The Patriots then took Jones with the 15th pick in this year’s draft, becoming the “next Tom Brady” while drawing comparisons to the seven-time Super Bowl champion. That’s with never taking an NFL regular season snap, by the way. Brady hasn’t directly commented on Jones, but the Bucs quarterback tweeted a video about his own draft status in 2000 shortly after ESPN’s Mel Kiper drew the Brady-Jones comparison in March. The Bucs quarterback said it “still gets me fired up” being projected...
    Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel made a joke at Tom Brady’s expense when his son appeared at the Buccaneers’ joint practice. Mike Vrabel has a sense of humor, apparently. Vrabel retired in 2011 and immediately got a start in coaching. He took over as the head coach in Tennessee in 2018. His Titans beat Brady’s Patriots that first season and repeated the feat in 2019 in the wild card round of the playoffs, handing the quarterback a loss in his final game for New England. Saturday will be the first Vrabel vs. Brady meeting since he left the Patriots for the Buccaneers. Perhaps fortunately for Brady, considering his record against his former teammate, they won’t play during the regular season. Next: Brady says Tannehill isnt that MFer
    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Tuesday visit to the White House quickly got political, thanks to comments from quarterback Tom Brady and head coach Bruce Arians. Arians, speaking after President Joe Biden on the South Lawn of the White House, noted what his team "did such a great job last year of coming together and banding together, not to beat the other team. We had to beat the virus first." He also called on the House and Senate to begin "helping" the Biden administration. Brady, who spoke after Arians and was often referred to as an under-the-radar supporter of former President Donald Trump over the past several years, took a rather blunt shot at Biden's predecessor. "Not a lot of people think we could’ve won," Brady said of his team before launching an explicit criticism of claims about the 2020 election voiced by Trump and his supporters. "In fact, I think about 40% of the people still don’t think we won." "I understand that," Biden joked in turn. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER You can watch...
    Getty Tom Brady converses with Aaron Rodgers at The Match on Tuesday. Tom Brady went back to where he started following The Match charity golf tournament loss to Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and PGA star Bryson DeChambeau. Brady just took things a different direction this time when posting a meme about DeChambeau’s PGA Tour rivalry with Brooks Koepka, a rivalry that Sporting News has an overview of. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback directed the humor at himself this time instead of DeChambeau and Rodgers. “Hand up” Brady tweeted with the three versions of the DeChambeau-Koepka meme he shared. Brady highlighted Rodgers’ success on the course, PGA star Phil Mickelson’s disappointment about being paired with Brady a third-straight year, and that trash talking doesn’t help one’s golf game. Hand up… pic.twitter.com/2ys4vm6ifu — Tom Brady (@TomBrady) July 7, 2021 Rodgers and DeChambeau beat Brady and Mickelson 3 and 2 in a “modified alternate shot format” according to ESPN’s Tom VanHaaren. Mickelson and Brady competed together the year before at The Match when they lost to former NFL quarterback...
    More On: bitcoin Two brothers disappear with $3.6B worth of bitcoin in alleged heist Bitcoin falls below $30K, erasing 2021 gains Former Wall Street traders create billion-dollar crypto business Bitcoin tumbles as China escalates crypto mining crackdown Tom Brady has found himself at the center of a new “deflategate” scandal. Crypto-crazy social media users are cheekily accusing the seven-time Super Bowl champion, who publicly embraced bitcoin in May, of deflating the digital currency — as the price of bitcoin has fallen substantially since he announced his support. The former New England Patriots quarterback, 43, edited his Twitter profile picture last month to include red laser eyes, a symbol adopted by bitcoin buffs to show their enthusiasm for the cryptocurrency. But since then, the price of bitcoin has fallen almost 40 percent — from over $56,000 on the day Brady changed his picture to just over $34,600 on Monday, according to data from Coinbase. Brady himself even got in on the joke and took the blame. Tom Brady changed his Twitter profile picture to show support for bitcoin.Twitter “Alright the...
    MIAMI, Florida (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — He is the top cop in Texas’ largest city. Houston police Chief Art Acevedo forged a national profile by calling for gun control, marching with protesters after George Floyd’s death and criticizing President Donald Trump is taking the top job in the Miami Police Department, news outlets reported. “I think this is like getting the Tom Brady or the Michael Jordan of police chiefs,” Miami Mayor Francis Suarez told the Miami Herald. READ MORE: As Restrictions Ease, Texans Are Left Dealing With Psychological Effects Of COVID-19 The mayor is set to make a formal announcement on Monday morning, and Acevedo is expected to begin the job in about six weeks, news outlets reported. He would replace Chief Jorge Colina, who retired in February, becoming Miami’s fifth chief the past decade. Acevedo, a 56-year-old Cuban American, spent five years as chief in Houston, overseeing a 5,400-person force with a more than $1 billion yearly budget, after a five-year stint. The Miami police force is much smaller, with a staff of 1,400. The family of Vanessa Guillen and...
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady agreed to a four-year extension on Friday.In his battle vs. time, Tom Brady keeps winning and winning and it never seems like it is going to stop anytime soon. He just handed Father Time another loss like he is Philip Rivers or Matt Ryan accepting defeat on a typical fall Sunday. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback is coming off his seventh Super Bowl championship in his illustrious career. While many people happily retire to the Florida Gulf Coast, Brady plans to play with the Buccaneers for the next few years. He agreed to a four-year extension to keep him in Tampa Bay through 2022. Brady may play in the NFL through his age-46 season potentially. Tom Brady reached agreement with the Buccaneers today on a four-year contract extension that voids to a one-year extension that locks him into Tampa through the 2022 season, sources tell ESPN. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 12, 2021 Tom Brady continues to do whatever he wants in spite of Father TimeAfter a relatively down 2019 campaign with the New England Patriots,...
    Getty Tom Brady and Baker Mayfield. Baker Mayfield found himself in the crosshairs of an old adversary in Colin Cowherd after claiming he saw a UFO on Wednesday night while driving home from dinner with his wife Emily. “Almost 100%, Em and I just saw a UFO drop straight out of the sky on our way home from dinner,” Mayfield wrote late Wednesday. “We stopped and looked at each other and asked if either of us saw it. Very bright ball of light going straight down out of the sky towards Lake Travis. Anybody else witness this?” Almost 100%, Em and I just saw a UFO drop straight out of the sky on our way home from dinner… we stopped and looked at each other and asked if either of us saw it… Very bright ball of light going straight down out of the sky towards Lake Travis. Anybody else witness this? — Baker Mayfield (@bakermayfield) March 4, 2021 Cowherd has found a way to criticize Mayfield at every turn during his career, dating back to his college...
    You Have to Hear the Story of Jennifer Love Hewitts "Super Drunk" Night Out With Betty White Criminal syndicate with a flag: North Korean intel operatives charged in hacking campaign When Tom Brady announced he was leaving the New England Patriots to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the entire goal for Brady was to win a seventh Super Bowl ring. © Provided by For The Win Associated Press He joked about Tyreek Hill’s seven-ring aspirations before the season even started. He even considered changing his number to seven before Chris Godwin gave him the No. 12 jersey. But as Brady chased (and eventually won) that seventh Super Bowl title, there was plenty of doubt about the 43-year-old’s abilities, particularly when the Bucs lost three of four games before the bye week. Well, Brady was certainly listening to all that criticism. He saved the receipts. I love talk [email protected] pic.twitter.com/QH0LEKV72t— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) February 17, 2021 With just over a week in the books since that 31-9 win over the Chiefs in Super Bowl LV, Brady...
    The Masked Dancer: Zebra Gets Picked Off From the Herd in Semifinals -- See Who Was Under the Mask 15 cities with homes for sale for under $100K Bucs LB Devin White takes literal victory lap on horse around Raymond James Stadium The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are Super Bowl champions, and a big reason why is linebacker Devin White. The fifth overall pick of the 2019 NFL draft capped off a second-team All-Pro season (but not a Pro Bowl season, oddly enough) with 12 tackles (two for loss), one pass defended and an interception in Super Bowl LV. Alongside Lavonte David, White formed one half of one of the best linebacker duos, which dominated the Chiefs last Sunday. The win gave White a ring in his second season in the league, but, more importantly, it gave him a chance to do something he's been itching to do: ride his horse around Tampa Bay's Raymond James Stadium. White got a chance to follow through on that goal Wednesday after the Bucs' Super Bowl boat parade. Victory lap for @DevinWhite__40 ????...
    Tennis superstar Roger Federer has hailed veteran NFL stalwart Tom Brady for leading his Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a stunning Super Bowl win on Monday. The 39-year-old Federer, who has been out of action for a year following knee surgery, is bidding to make a comeback this year. He seems to be taking inspiration from the age-defying feat of the 43-year-old superstar quarterback. Federer took to Instagram to salute Tom Brady’s seventh career Super Bowl championship win Rolling back the years, Brady was on top of his game as he shepherded his troops ably and inspired them to a 31-9 win over Kansas City Chiefs on Monday. In the process, the quarterback recorded the seventh Super Bowl championship win of his career, a feat that drew wholesome praise from Federer, who is bidding to make a Grand Slam comeback at Wimbledon this year. The Swiss, who is tied with old foe Rafael Nadal for the most Grand Slam titles, at 20 apiece, took to his Instagram to salute the “inspiring achievement” of the NFL superstar. Sharing an image...
    Skip Bayless now is reacting to Tom Brady winning the Super Bowl and it’s downright horrifying  As Tom Brady ran across the field, fans witnessed history. The G.O.A.T. did it again. Even on a new team in a new city, he was still the same old Brady from yesteryear. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers not only become the first team in NFL history to host a Super Bowl in their own stadium, but they also won the whole thing over the Kansas City Chiefs. Fans were delighted as Brady dazzled for three touchdowns. Meanwhile, Todd Bowles’ defense forced Patrick Mahomes to have 275 yards and zero touchdowns. Everyone will celebrate in their different way, but sometimes it’s scary to see what people will become over a game. Then again, Fox Sports’ Skip Bayless is scary no matter what he does anymore right. Still, his reaction to Brady’s seventh victory might be keeping you up Sunday evening for all the wrong reasons. Here’s my reaction to what Brady just pulled off …pic.twitter.com/WcioKnNjOr — Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) February 8, 2021 Yeesh.Bayless’ love...
    When Tom Brady takes the field with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday in Super Bowl LV, he will be the oldest player ever to play in the game. Brady is 43 years old and is the only quarterback over the age of 40 to appear in the Super Bowl. He and Jerry Rice are the lone position players to appear in the game at the age of 40 or older. Rice played in Super Bowl XXXVII for the Oakland Raiders when they lost to the Buccaneers. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM As of Friday, Brady isn’t the oldest player to appear in the game just yet. Former Atlanta Falcons kicker Matt Bryant, former New York Giants punter Jeff Feagles and former Indianapolis Colts kicker Matt Stover were all 41 or older and are currently among the oldest to appear in the game. Stover was 42 when he was kicking for the Colts in Super Bowl XLIV. HALL OF FAMER MORTEN ANDERSEN PREDICTS SUPER BOWL LV BETWEEN BUCS, CHIEFS: IT’S GOING TO BE A 'HELLUVA GAME' Brady...
    New York (CNN Business)"Saturday Night Live" returned for its first show of 2021, and had one question on its mind: "What still works?"That's how the NBC variety show opened its program on Saturday night, with cast member Kate McKinnon hosting a show that asked what still works in America. The first category was "government."McKinnon brought out "Marjorie Taylor Greene," the congresswoman from Georgia who faces backlash over her controversial actions and recently resurfaced social media comments, to see if government still works."Our first topic is government and already I have my doubts," McKinnon said.Greene, who was played by Cecily Strong, came out and immediately offered McKinnon a gun.Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene boasts of great conversation with Trump amid calls for her ousterRead More"So Congresswoman Greene... hard to say those words together," McKinnon said. "What are some of the theories you believe in?"Strong's Greene responded, "How much time you got?"After hearing some of Greene's theories, McKinnon asked if she really believed those things and then asked if she's really a US representative."People can Google you and it'll say she's a real...
    Saturday Night Live’s cold open took an apocalyptic look at the year of 2021 so far. The Saturday night segment spoofed pop-culture and political figures, including QAnon Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey, a GameStop investor, O. J. Simpson, and Tom Brady. SNL actor Kate McKinnon played the interviewer’s role in the segment where she asked the various characters questions about current news items. “Hello and welcome to ‘What Still Works?’ where we look at every part of American society and wonder, what still works? It’s a new year, and we have a new president, so some things should work, but do they?” McKinnon said, opening up the skit. “Our first topic is government, and already I have my doubts. Joining us is a congresswoman from Georgia who’s been promoting QAnon conspiracy theories. Please welcome Marjorie Taylor Greene,” McKinnon added. “Thanks for having me. Gun?” asked Cecily Strong, playing Greene. “So, Congresswoman Greene, hard to say those words together, what are some of the theories you believe in and have been promoting?” “How much time you got?” said Strong....
    Soon-to-be Hall of Famer Peyton Manning had an intense rivalry with current Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady when he played for the New England Patriots. Manning, the former quarterback of the Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos, became the first signal-caller in the history of the NFL to lead two different franchises to Super Bowl titles, and his long-time rival will look to become the second QB to do so when the Bucs play the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM BRUCE ARIANS TALKS ON BUCS' PURSUIT OF TOM BRADY LAST YEAR: 'CAN’T HIT A HOME RUN IF YOU DON’T SWING FOR ONE' Even though Manning has been out of the league for quite some time, the rivalry appears to be as strong as ever. Manning, who hosts a segment on ESPN+ called "Peyton’s Places," couldn’t help but throw a shot at Brady and the Patriots for Deflategate during an interview with actor Kurt Russell. TOM BRADY WAS PREPARED TO PLAY WITH THIS NUMBER IF HE COULDN'T GET NO. 12 WITH...
    BOSTON (CBS) — If you’ve been waiting for Tom Brady to say anything bad about the New England Patriots, your wait continues. The Buccaneers quarterback has taken the high road every time he’s been asked about his former team, and the Friday before the NFC Championship Game was no exception. Earlier this week, Tampa Bay head coach Bruce Arians took a little swipe at Bill Belichick and the Patriots, saying that Brady wasn’t allowed to coach in New England — something Arians lets his quarterback do with the Buccaneers. When asked about his coach’s comments during his Friday afternoon press conference, Brady once again had his GPS set for the high road. “I just try to do the best that I can do; show up every day with a good attitude, work hard and do what my job is,” Brady said of his first year with the Buccaneers. “It’s been fun just being here and I had a great time in New England, too. I’ve had a great 21 years. I’m very blessed and I’m a lucky guy. “The fact...
    Karen Gillan Confirms Her Guardians of the Galaxy Character Will Be in Thor: Love and Thunder Asian markets retreat as coronavirus concerns grow Documentary takes air out of NFLs Deflategate case against Tom Brady, who continues to prove it wasnt about the balls The documentary “Four Games in Fall” annihilates the NFL for the Deflategate scandal, showing it is highly unlikely, and certainly never proven, that the footballs Tom Brady used in the 2015 AFC championship game were even deflated beyond what Ideal Gas Law would dictate.  Rather than back down when confronted with the realities of science, the league used biased investigators, manipulated evidence and an effective, if pathetic, misinformation campaign to railroad Brady, who wound up suspended for four games. The film is nearly two hours of scientists, lawyers and professors systematically debunking a story that is more about abuse of power than what did, or more accurately, didn’t occur. “The NFL didn’t just build a murder case when there was no body, there wasn’t even a missing person,” director Julie Marron said Thursday.  © Provided by...
    Bill Belichick’s longtime girlfriend Linda Holliday took a swipe at Tom Brady this week after getting into a comment war with an Instagram troll over the infamous New England Patriots breakup.  Holliday, whose socials have since been changed to private, made a post on Instagram reflecting on this past year when a fan commented saying, "Too bad Bill let Tom go." PATRICK MAHOMES, JOSH ALLEN ARE HEADLINE ACTS IN AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME She fired back with, "And you have all the answers evidently? Tom didn’t score last night … not once! Defense won that game. Were you even watching? [On the other hand] – I’m happy for Tom’s career! Why can’t you be?" Holliday was incorrectly referring to the NFC divisional-round matchup between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New Orleans Saints where Brady threw for two touchdowns and ran for another. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Another person on Instagram called Holliday out for the swipe at Brady and not being able to ignore the "trolls."  "... whether Tom loses this week orr wins the Super Bowl...
    Getty Bruce Arians had some interesting things to say about the Patriots. Bruce Arians is never one to hold back his thoughts, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach recently took a jab at the New England Patriots. During an interview with NBC Sports’ Peter King, Arians praised Brady’s leadership since joining the Bucs adding that, “New England didn’t allow him to coach.” “Consummate leader,” Arians noted. “Has been all year. Got the air of confidence that permeates through our team every day. I allow him to be himself. Like, New England didn’t allow him to coach. I allow him to coach. I just sit back sometimes and watch.” Arians is clearly implying that Patriots head coach Bill Belichick did not give Brady the same kind of freedom he has with the Buccaneers. Only Brady knows if this statement is true, but the Patriots had a lot of success with their approach leading to six Super Bowl victories with Brady under center. Brady on the Patriots: ‘They Have Their Own Thing Going’Brady is one win away from playing...
    BOSTON (CBS) — If Tom Brady winning another playoff game wasn’t enough to get New England fired up on Monday morning, Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians took a bit of a shot at the coaching staff in New England after Brady helped lead his Buccaneers to the NFC Championship Game. In talking with NBC Sports’ Peter King after Sunday’s NFC Divisional Round victory over the Saints, the Tampa Bay head coach called out Bill Belichick for how he ran things in New England while Brady was the team’s quarterback. Simply put, Belichick never let Brady be himself and never took advantage of the quarterback’s leadership — something Arians isn’t letting go to waste in Tampa Bay. Arians called Brady the ‘”consummate leader” when chatting with King for his Monday morning column, and said that he’s making full use of Brady’s leadership. “[Brady’s] got the air of confidence that permeates through our team every day. I allow him to be himself,” said Arians. “Like, New England didn’t allow him to coach. I allow him to coach. I just sit back sometimes and...
    Tom Brady’s success with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers can be attributed to many things, but coach Bruce Arians pointed out at least one reason why the legendary quarterback has performed well. Brady is one win away from his 10th Super Bowl appearance after putting up 40 touchdown passes and 4,633 passing yards in the regular season and beating the Washington Football Team and New Orleans Saints in the first two rounds of the NFL playoffs. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "Consummate leader," Arians said of Brady in Monday’s "Football Morning in America" column. "Has been all year. Got the air of confidence that permeates through our team every day. I allow him to be himself. Like, New England didn’t allow him to coach. I allow him to coach. I just sit back sometimes and watch." Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady hugs head coach Bruce Arians on the sidelines during the second half of an NFL divisional-round playoff football game against the New Orleans Saints, Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021, in New Orleans. The Buccaneers won 30-20. (AP...
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    BOSTON (CBS) — With the Patriots sitting at 2-5 in the first year of the post Tom Brady era in New England, it’s hard not to picture the former Pats QB sitting back with his Bucs teammates laughing at his former team’s expense. With the Buccaneers at 6-2 on the season and Brady looking like the MVP quarterback he was for years with the Patriots, he could certainly enjoy a chuckle or two regarding his former team’s struggles. But that isn’t Brady’s style, so it should come as no shock that he sidestepped a question about the Patriots on Thursday. Asked about New England’s 2-5 record, Brady said he just wants what is best for his former teammates. “I have a lot of relationships with a lot of teammates. I wish everybody the best all the time,” said Brady. “I don’t ever wish for anyone to not perform at their best. I certainly wish for our team to play its best. Maybe the only team I don’t root for is the team we’re playing on that particular Sunday. “Other than...
    Buccaneers Head Coach Bruce Arians may say that Tom Brady had nothing to do with the addition of Antonio Brown, but the star quarterback is definitely assuming responsibility for the troubled wide receiver while he plays in Tampa Bay.  Brady has vouched for Brown both on and off the field, going so far as to have him live with him for part of the season, CBS Sports reported. SAINTS’ CAM JORDAN TAKES AIM AT ANTONIO BROWN’S NFL RETURN "Brady told them he is going to make sure this is not a problem," one source told CBS Sports. "He guaranteed BA (coach Bruce Arians) that he would make sure this guy did everything he has to do, even if Brady has to drive him there himself.”  Brady reportedly told the Buccaneers coaching staff that he intends to work daily with Brown while at the facility and will ensure that he follows team rules while off the field -- including keeping up with the league’s COVID-19 safety protocols.  “These two are going to be joined at the hip. And they made it clear...
    Getty Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady Tom Brady begins his Tampa Bay career with high expectations. His move to Florida was not for retirement but rather a chance to further cement his legacy as the greatest quarterback to ever play. Brady spoke about what he wanted to accomplish shortly after signing. The six-time Super Bowl champion cited all that “hasn’t been done yet.” The 43-year-old wants to lead another franchise to a championship; Peyton Manning is the only quarterback ever to start for two different Super Bowl-winning teams. He also wants to win a Super Bowl in his home stadium (SB LV will be held in Tampa Bay), something that has never been done. The Buccaneers enter the season with lofty goals and Super Bowl odds that they haven’t seen in quite some time. “Their Super Bowl odds are the shortest they’ve been for over fifteen years and there are a number of Buccaneers who are very much in the running for individual awards as well,” Oddschecker spokesman Pete Watt shares with Heavy.com. Oddsmakers have the Bucs...
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