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Sport I will always be your #1 - Brady reminds Edelman of bromance as Cam signs in New England

01:55  01 july  2020
01:55  01 july  2020 Source:   performgroup.com

NFL: Newton joins the Patriots as Brady replacement

 NFL: Newton joins the Patriots as Brady replacement American football professional and former MVP player Cam Newton is facing a move to the New England Patriots. The 31-year-old quarterback has signed a one-year contract with the club, the US sports broadcaster ESPN reported. © Photo: Carlos Osorio / AP / dpa Quarterback Cam Newton is likely to switch to the New England Patriots. Newton, who was under contract with the Carolina Panthers until March, is to replace star quarterback Tom Brady, who moved to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, it said.

Julian Edelman is ready for a new era in New England following the signing of Cam Newton, but Patriots legend Tom Brady was quick to remind him of their storied partnership. Newton, the NFL MVP in 2015, could soon be the starting quarterback for the Patriots after reportedly inking a

Some people call it a “ bromance ,” but Tom Brady believes his relationship with Julian Edelman is more of a brotherhood. “He’s always been kind of like my The quarterback Brady , who grew up with three sisters, noted how much he trusts Edelman . He highlighted all the hours they’ve spent together

Julian Edelman, Tom Brady standing in front of a crowd: Julian Edelman and Tom Brady © Getty Images Julian Edelman and Tom Brady

Julian Edelman is ready for a new era in New England following the signing of Cam Newton, but Patriots legend Tom Brady was quick to remind him of their storied partnership.

Newton, the NFL MVP in 2015, could soon be the starting quarterback for the Patriots after reportedly inking a one-year deal with New England following his release by the Carolina Panthers in March.

Having battled shoulder and foot issues in his final two seasons with the Panthers, there is doubt as to whether he can recapture his best.

However, if healthy, Newton will be regarded as the favourite to take the reins of the offense from Brady following his departure for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after 20 seasons and six Super Bowl titles, with 2019 fourth-round pick Jarrett Stidham having previously been seen as the presumptive 2020 starter.

Brady and Bucs team-mates hold workout despite NFLPA warning

  Brady and Bucs team-mates hold workout despite NFLPA warning Tom Brady led a two-hour workout with at least a dozen of his fellow Buccaneers at a private school on Tuesday.Brady led a two-hour workout with at least a dozen Buccaneers colleagues at a private school. Tight end Rob Gronkowski and wide receivers Chris Godwin and Scotty Miller were among the participants, along with defensive backs Jamel Dean, Sean Murphy-Bunting and Mike Edwards.

Brady went for Edelman 's face, Edelman recovered, and Brady avoided the sack. SHARE TWEET. Typically, when Julian Edelman fakes one direction and then quickly darts the other way, a football comes flying toward his face and right into his hands.

Though they first met as teammates in New England when Edelman was drafted by the Patriots a decade ago, he and Brady took remarkably similar paths to get Chasing the NFL was a leap of faith for Edelman , who nearly signed a contract with the CFL’s British Columbia Lions to play quarterback.

Brady's rapport with wide receiver Edelman was crucial to three of New England's six championships, with the latter named MVP of their Super Bowl LIII win over the Los Angeles Rams at the end of the 2018 season.

A post shared by Julian Edelman (@edelman11) on Jun 30, 2020 at 8:42am PDT

In an Instagram post featuring a mocked-up image of Edelman celebrating with Newton in Patriots uniforms, the wideout expressed excitement at the former Panther's arrival.

Brady replied, writing: "I will always be your #1."

Given the success the two enjoyed together, Brady's claim may be correct, but he could soon have some competition if Newton returns to peak form in Foxborough.

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