Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady shed some mild this week on his temporary dialog with Bill Belichick after Sunday’s recreation, calling it a “nice conversation.”
The pair met up for round 20 minutes after the Bucs narrowly defeated the New England Patriots in what was the NFL’s second most-watched Sunday Night Football recreation.
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“It was a nice conversation,” Brady mentioned on the “Let’s Go!” podcast. “I have been really focused on what I need to do with the Bucs and he’s focused on his role with the Patriots.”
He continued: “For 20 years I basically saw him every day, and since I left New England we’ve just never seen each other face-to-face. It was nice to catch up and exchange just some different thoughts that we had been having. And it was a good way to end the night for both of us.”
Brady’s return to Gillette Stadium was performed up as the final word showdown between coach and participant however the veteran quarterback defined his relationship with Belichick as a lot deeper than that.
“We have a very personal relationship and I think from my standpoint, and I have reiterated quite a few times, he’s been a great mentor for me,” he mentioned. “When I showed up in Foxboro, I didn’t know anything about pro football. I showed up as a kid from California, went to Michigan and he was an incredible mentor for me. Incredible coach for our team. And a lot of guys would say that.”
The Patriots are 1-3 for the primary time since 2001 whereas Belichick dropped to 8-12 since Brady left New England however for him, each are doing simply wonderful for the reason that breakup.
“When you’re with someone for 20 years, you know him pretty well,” Brady mentioned. “He’s still doing a great job and I am trying to do a great job. We’re very competitive people. I appreciate everything he’s done for me as a coach, as I’ve said numerous times. I know he feels that same way about me.”
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