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Beginning of the end for New England Patriots? Robert Kraft, Tom Brad…
Otherwise you're just feeding the BSPN machine.
If you bothered to read any player interviews, you would know that he is super nice and friendly to everybody on the team.
Yeah, it's just irresponsible journalism not to deal with that report. A lot of reporters could use some self-scouting.
The article is quite plausible and a lot of it makes a ton of sense. Folks have their head in the sand if you think Belichick broke with everything we know about him to trade Jimmy for pennies with no backup QB on the roster with a 40 year old starter.
Belichick always gets rid of guys early and likes to have a plan for the next guy up. This only makes sense,.
Well at least for the 1st time in weeks WEEI, Kirk and Callahan will talk about sports(Patriots) this morning .
This is the kind of garbage article that make me loathe sports "journalism". Whenever an article doesn't name anybody but rather operates on anonymous only and doesn't report on something that can be factually verified, but rather is written in a soap opera style, I can only shake my head.
The two quarterbacks were friendly, but Brady -- like Joe Montana to Steve Young and Brett Favre to Aaron Rodgers -- didn't see it as his role to advise Garoppolo, even on matters as trivial as footwork, as nobody had helped him during his climb. Garoppolo played well in 2016, starting in place of the suspended Brady, and Belichick began to see Garoppolo as the final piece of his legacy, to walk away in a few years with the Patriots secure at quarterback. But after Garoppolo was knocked out of his second start with a shoulder injury, he set up a visit at TB12. As he later told Patriots staffers, when he arrived, the door was locked. He knocked; nobody was there. He called TB12 trainers but nobody answered. He couldn't believe it, Garopollo told the staffers, and that night ended up visiting team trainers instead. Guerrero vehemently denies ever refusing to see any player, and Garoppolo was eventually treated at TB12 -- but it was two weeks after he showed up for his original appointment, and only after a high-ranking Patriots staffer called TB12 to inquire why Garoppolo hadn't been admitted.