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Tom Brady Tweets Out His Support For Antonio Brown

Robert Alvarez
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March 6, 2020 at 10:31 pm ET

Tom Brady Tweets Out His Support For Antonio Brown(PHOTO: Paul Rutherford - USA TODAY Sports)
Posted: Mar 06, 2020 10:31
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Full disclosure, this is about as peak an offseason story as you’re going to get but its 2020, and social media conversation will always have a way of making waves, so here we go.

In 2019, Tom Brady and Antonio Brown were teammates for a whopping 11 days, but despite the short time together, and Brown’s off the field issues, the two have remained friendly and supportive of each other.

That same support was back on full display Friday evening, when Brady replied to a Brown tweet regarding his life struggles with a simple, but to the point heart emoji.

What does it mean? Are they reuniting? Let’s break this tweet down.

Just kidding, we shouldn’t do that (you will anyway) , but don’t expect any answers, at least not anytime soon.

Here’s what we do know, over 18 professional seasons Tom Brady has always been regarded and praised as highly supportive of his current and even ex teammates and Friday night was no different.

So let’s go with that, the tweet was a simple show of support, that’s it.

Now that we’ve addressed it, let’s get to free agency already! 12 days to go.


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