Tom Brady Completely Behind Signing of Antonio Brown

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft said on NBC Sunday night that quarterback Tom Brady is 100% behind the team’s decision to sign wide receiver Antonio Brown.

In addition, agent Drew Rosenhaus said at Sunday’s New England game that Tom Brady offered to have Brown stay with he and his family until the wide receiver is completely settled.


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The decision by the Patriots to sign Brown created a huge buzz around New England’s opening game of the regular season on Sunday night.

New England has yet to officially sign Brown. As a result, the wide receiver was not able to watch the game Sunday night from the team’s sideline. Although he arrived midday Sunday to the area.

Tom Brady spoke to reporters following New England’s rout of Pittsburgh in Sunday’s game. He said everybody gets excited when great players are added to the roster.

Patriots coach Bill Belichick would not comment on the team’s decision to sign Brown. He refused to talk about it before or after the Patriots 33-3 victory on Sunday.


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However, players such as wide receiver Julian Edelman said it is going to be fun and the team is happy to have Brown.

The Patriots will have Edelman, Josh Gordon, Phillip Dorsett and Brown as their top four wide receivers. This gives New England one of the most talented receiving corps in the NFL.

The Patriots are expected to announce the signing of Brown early this week. The wide receiver will be in uniform for New England’s next game September 15 at Miami against the Dolphins.

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