With his social media activity, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady made it clear that he was missing Antonio Brown and desperately wanted him to come back to the team after his first stint only lasted eleven days and one game played.
That very well might happen in 2020.
Two sources told Dan Graziano and Jeremy Fowler of ESPN that Antonio Brown and Tom Brady have been in constant communication with each other for a possible reunion.
“Ready for a wild audible? Two people close to Antonio Brown — yes, that Antonio Brown — told us Brady keeps in consistent contact with Brown and has told Brown he wants to play with him wherever Brady goes next.
According to one of Brown’s attorneys, Brady has told Brown to keep mentally and physically strong so the two can reunite on the field at Brady’s next stop. Anything concerning Brown should be taken with not a grain but a bucket of salt at this point, but it does seem as if Brady and Brown formed at least some level of connection in their incredibly brief time together in New England.”
Brown’s growing legal trouble proved to be too much for the Patriots, especially after it was reported he sent harassing text messages to a secnf sexual assault accuser after he was signed with the team.
Although, he took shots at owner Robert Kraft upon his exit, he has since apologized to him and everybody else that he has wronged.
“Tom if you listening to this, I love you bro!” AB said during his appearance on Complex’s Load Management podcast. “Where ever Tom go I think I wan to play with Tom. 2020 Tom to AB.”
Even with his apology, there is almost no chance the Patriots bring Brown back. With that said, would that be the reason Tom Brady doesn’t come back as well?