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Report: Brady Gets Defensive About Trainer, Belichick During Press Conference

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Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, his trainer Alex Guerrero, and head coach Bill Belichick  have you making headline news in New England but not for reason and  it all came out in Brady‘s press conference.

Boston Globe reporter Ben Volin asked about the trainer and the conversations Belichick and Brady had wondering if they were true. To which Brady responded with an uncharacteristic defensive and feisty tone.

Here was one of the exchanges during his weekly meeting with the media tweeted by Zack Cox of NESN

 

Brady then responded to a question asked by Mike Reese of ESPN.com about  whether he or the head coaches relationship has been given a big stain in regards to this subject.

“No, I just try to show up and do the right thing and try to win football games,” Brady said, according to ESPN. “I let my play do the talking.”

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