Offbeat Tom Brady posts perfect comment on Von Miller’s Instagram picture

14:56  14 september  2018
14:56  14 september  2018 Source:   broncoswire.com

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Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller shared a funny photo on Instagram on Thursday with the caption, "I'm only mean to Quarterbacks." New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady had a perfect response:

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Brady and Miller are both social media savvy and this isn't the first time they have interacted with each other online. In February, Miller posted a video of himself kissing his dad and mocking Brady.

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Before the Patriots and Broncos played in 2017, Miller and Brady shared different pictures on social media of the same pre-snap scene of the QB pointing at the OLB across the line of scrimmage.

Earlier in 2017, Miller took a cardboard cutout of Brady's NFL combine photo to a Super Bowl event. The two rivals also exchanged jabs on social media during the 2016 offseason.

After Denver defeated New England in the 2015 AFC title game, Miller joked on Snapchat that the Patriots' footballs seemed a little flat. Clearly, these two players enjoy exchanging banter online.


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