FOXBORO -- Patriots quarterback Tom Brady took time out, on Thursday, to recognize how much longtime equipment manager Don Brocher meant to him and the team.
Brocher passed away at the age of 60 earlier in the week.
"Very sad day and sad week for all of us," said Brady. "He lost a very tough battle. Ive known him since the day I got here. He was a great man, a special man that cared very much for our team and the players and the organization and always represented us in the best way that he possibly could. He brought so much experience to our team. Everyone misses him and certainly our thoughts and prayers are with his wife and the rest of his family. He was a great man."
SUBSCRIBE iTunes | Stitcher | RSS
0:41 - Tom Curran, Tom Giles, and Kayce Smith discuss the Rockets acquiring Chris Paul and how that trade can actually have an affect on the Celtics plans.
5:06 - Ian Thomsen joins BST to talk about if the Celtics are the front runners for Paul George, what would be too much to give up to the Pacers, and why it’s important to sign Hayward before trading for George.
11:21 - Evan Drellich joins from Fenway Park to discuss Rick Porcello getting his 10th loss of the season and if the struggling offense might be a season-long problem.
14:58 - Tom Curran and Kayce Smith give their thoughts on Nate Burleson saying that Julian Edelman is the most under-appreciated receiver in the last 10 years.
Evan Drellich explains why he is not ready to be concerned about Rick Porcello following a loss to the Twins.