Bob Kraft made a surprise appearance on the Howard Stern Show this morning. Since Stern isn't a sports fan, it wasn't a very insightful interview. For example Stern was far more interested in Kraft's finances and Giselle's affect on Brady's focus than the status of Brady's knee or Cassel at all (he was briefly referenced, but never mentioned by name). Kraft did say he was approached by Bernie Maddoff, but passed because his advisors who vetted the proposal claimed they didn't understand how the thing worked. Stern asked if because of Giselle that if Brady doesn't play well right off the bat when he returns whether Kraft would cut Brady (I said Stern isn't a football fan), Kraft said Brady is a special person, Kraft can't tell someone how to live their live, and that the Patriots are very lucky to have Brady. Someone asked about how Brady is doing and Kraft said "very well" two or three times and that Brady is splitting his rehab between the East and West Coast (the only real new piece of info). Baba-Booey came in and said that the Pats had an outstanding back up who could start for most teams. Kraft kinda avoided that statement by just talking about how the Pats are interested in building a complete team. The rest of the interview was kinda standard Stern interview where he asked about Kraft's kids and whether they worked for him (yes, all do) and stating that if Kraft was his father that he would worship him every day because he is so rich and he would inherit the motherload. They did talk about the time Artie Lange and Baba-Booey went to the Kraft's house and did a show for Kraft's son's birthday. Nothing new though.