Joe Montana says Patriots 'made mistake' letting Tom Brady go

Joe Montana says Patriots 'made mistake' letting Tom Brady go

Joe Montana says Patriots 'made mistake' letting Tom Brady go

Tom Brady is looking to capitalize on the slogan used by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a recent video that highlighted the legendary National Football League quarterback.

Yet Manning, whose Giants upset two historically great New England teams in Super Bowls XLII and XLVI, wouldn't go so far as to say the Patriots' dynasty is over without Brady.

"Yeah, I just know him, and - it's not a fit in our locker room", the coach said.

Tom Brady Sr. may have predicted his son's unceremonious ending with the Patriots before anyone else, but now he is downplaying the drama that reportedly led to the quarterback's departure. "I think the pressure comes from within, wanting to perform and show that he can make that change".

Brady's situation was a little different, but Montana believes he knows what the former Patriots quarterback wanted from New England.

But this is our new reality and Brady's childhood hero, Joe Montana, can not believe it either. He, obviously, they never would have gotten rid of.

Montana, 63, finished his career with the Kansas City Chiefs after 14 seasons and four Super Bowl victories with the San Francisco 49ers.

Brady and his representatives will be hoping their attempt to trademark "TB x TB" is more successful than the last time they filed for a trademark request with the USPTO. It's just not gonna happen. But who knows? I don't know how he's done stuff in the past, but for me, that was 'Oh, man. But for him to have had all the success, do everything he'd done in New England and did it with one organization, I guess you just kind of wonder what was the reasoning? "I don't understand that", he told the newspaper. "We were doing our training and those coaches would be there watching him shoot".

Succeeding with Brady means he will come under more scrutiny than usual, although Stidham, who moved in with a family of guardians at age 18, has already had to deal with a lot of pressure.

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