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    Torch all "Brady will hold out!!!!" threads...thanx
     
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    somewhere in ct. there's an angry man, who looks like a chicken, throwing a hissy fit.
     
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    No Holdout, Brady Was In Foxboro Sunday

    Ian's Daily Blog - Adam Kaplan of FoxSports.com reported a few minutes ago that Patriots quarterback Tom Brady reported to Foxboro on Sunday, with both he and the other quarterbacks on hand to work out with the rookies.

     
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    No problem, I was excited to share it!
     
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    admit it...YOU are Tom Brady
     
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    Poor Clayton. He already had reports written for ESPN Live and SC for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, ramping up the drama. He's scrambling now for a story.
     
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    I thought he was based out of Seattle... he must have flapped his wings pretty hard to get that far east so fast :eek:
     
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    I got the story headline already worked out for him...

    MAN WAKES TO FIND HE HAS BEEN TRANSFORMED INTO A GIANT BESPECTACLED CHICKEN HEAD

    more at 6 on channel KPUTZ....
     
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    Re: No Holdout, Brady Was In Foxboro Sunday

    I heard he showed up nice and early so that he could inform Kraft that he has a week to get this deal done or he will holdout. :D

    Seriously though Tom is the man shows up a week early to work with the rookies, and yet somehow people question his commitment to the team. IMO the guy people would like to think is so uncommitted would want to take in this last week on the west coast so he must be extremely committed.
     
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    As I said in another thread, the next scoop Clayton gets right will be his first. In fairness to him, I think all the media are desperate for a big name hold out every season. The media was hoping it was Brady because Vincent Jackson, Logan Mankins, and Marcus McNeil aren't juicy enough for the national guys. I won't say it is a Patriots bias in this case. I think they felt Brady would be the most likely to hold out between Brady and Manning and they hitched their wagons to the Brady train.
     
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    Re: No Holdout, Brady Was In Foxboro Sunday

    I read the team requested the qb's show up early.
     
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    Gasper was on the radio claiming that Manning was farther along in his talks than Brady...lo and behold a few days later this happens, he is in camp and they are reportedly close to a deal :rolleyes:

    The Colts and Manning won't let Brady upstage them, he will get his done soon after Brady gets his signed.

    There is always Revis holding out down in New York, which is more likely given the pissed off nature over the Ferguson deal :rolleyes:
     
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    You all realize this will just make the mediots resent him more... Can't predict his contract, his mood, who or what he likes or dislikes, what he therefore intends to do... He makes their lives a living hell. A trait he shares with his HC...

    Although if you ask me both are pretty easy to read once you accept who they are and what they aren't.
     
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    nice that Tom is back from his vacation in Costa Rica
     
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    Agreed- it's not so much that they're hard to understand, has more to do with the media wanting them to be what they're not. They're both pretty much defined by obsession with winning, inhuman work ethic, and complete lack of ego. Yet for some reason the media insists on ignoring at least one of those traits, oftentimes two, everytime they try to guess at their intentions.
     
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    Thank god the off season if over, now perhaps, only perhaps will the press have to deal with the what is, instead of what if's... the minds of the overactive imagination of the mediots never cease to amaze.

    In the next couple of weeks we can look forward to a day when Tom Brady is not his bubbly self, and then this will resurface as evidenced by a frown.. "see I told you he was unhappy".
     
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    I'm guessing the media are p**sed that he hasn't! What else are they going to make up to show their 'love' for the Patriots ;)

    Good to see him there early to get in the groove with the rookie receivers :)
     
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    What a ridiculous waste of media bandwidth this whole Brady non-issue was. The talking heads on WEEI and The Sports Hub droned endlessly on about it last week.

    What will they talk about this week? The competition at punter?
     
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