Terrell Suggs has been silent on the topic of Tom Brady this year . . . but not one of his teammates.
In an appearance on Friday's 'The Dan Patrick Show,' defensive tackle Haloti Ngata agreed with the assertion that Brady is the most protected quarterback in the NFL and that he loves when he's able to take a shot at him.
"I love hitting Brady because he always complains," Ngata told Patrick. "You can definitely tell, when you hit Brady, he thinks he should never be touched. And it's just part of the game."
When Patrick asked if he agreed with Justin Tuck's statement that Brady is the most protected QB in the league, Ngata replied: "Agree." And when Patrick asked if that made him want to "pound Brady a little bit harder, Ngata said, "Yes, I do."
Tom Brady’s annual attempt at making the collective testicles of New England draw up into its stomach has succeeded.
Brady posted on Instagram and Facebook a video (see below) of him skiing somewhere that we aren’t. He approaches a decent-sized jump, hits it, appears to stick the landing, blurts, “Whoa…” and then the camera shows an empty ski and a lifeless body.
Actually, no lifeless body. Watched it a second time. No lifeless body.
Brady has graduated from sliding down waterslides and cliff-diving to this latest offseason effort to make sure everyone still cares about his safety.
Next season, Russian Roulette.
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