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Sports Tom Brady has funny response when asked about negativity from media

13:20  14 january  2018
13:20  14 january  2018 Source:   yardbarker.com

Brady's personal trainer releases statement amid rumored Patriots discord

  Brady's personal trainer releases statement amid rumored Patriots discord Alex Guerrero's name has made headlines in recent weeks. On Friday, his name was again featured in a report from ESPN's Seth Wickersham, linking the personal trainer and business associate of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady to a rift that has formed within the organization. Hours after the Patriots released a joint statement discrediting the report, Guerrero tried to clear the air, and his name, with a statement of his own in which he said he has "never tried to create divisiveness or conflict."Over the past few years, many people have tried to paint a picture of who I am. But none of these pictures has been complete.

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady excels at handling criticism from the media . Brady , no matter what type of question he’s asked by reporters, tends to remain unfazed when delivering an answer, and knows exactly what to say. Both he and head coach Bill Belichick are known for being great at

Tom Brady Had An Interesting Response When Asked If He Would - www.businessinsider.com. I don’t like negativity . Patriots quarterback Tom Brady excels at handling criticism from the media . Brady , no matter what type of question he’s asked by reporters, tends to remain unfazed when

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Brady, no matter what type of question he’s asked by reporters, tends to remain unfazed when delivering an answer, and knows exactly what to say. Both he and head coach Bill Belichick are known for being great at answering questions — rather than declining to do so — but not really saying much at all, as far as their speech content goes.

Tom Brady wearing a hat © Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports That was on display after Saturday’s 35-14 win over the Titans in the AFC Divisional Playoffs. Brady spoke to reporters during his postgame press conference, and was asked about recent negativity in the press directed at him. Before the reporter could even finish his question, Brady had this to say.

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You have dealt with an unbelievable, slanted and negative media and have come out beautifully. You’ve proved to be the ultimate competitor and fighter. Later, Trump asked the crowd: ‘‘By the way, is there a better reference than Tom Brady and Bill Belichick?

“Really?” Brady said sarcastically, with a laugh, as if he was surprised upon hearing that negative things had been written about him.

The reporter then continued on with his question, and Brady gave a thoughtful answer, rather than just shooting it down.

“I’ve been around long enough, so, 18 years, there’s been a lot of nice things said about me,” Brady said, in a video posted by Mike Petraglia of CLNS Media Network. “It just goes with the territory, so I just try to be consistent, show up and do the best I can do every week for the team, and regardless of whether I’m the worst quarterback in the league or the best quarterback in the league, or somewhere in between, my job is to do the best I can for us every week.”

Brady clearly did his job on Saturday night, as he completed 35 of 53 passes for 337 yards (three touchdowns, no interceptions) in the blowout win. The Patriots are now set to play in their seventh consecutive AFC title game.

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