Kraft addresses Brady's future
Fri, 1 Feb 2013|
Robert Kraft discusses the future of Tom Brady with the Patriots.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft of the New Orleans even though his team is not. -- talking with reporters on Friday about a number of different issues facing fifteen. Including the future of how to break that Tom Brady -- always made it seem as if Brady can -- when he's ready to go but. If the -- changing a bit. He had a remarkable year this year and I think we look at each year -- it happens you know I'd love and to -- yours. Long as he's productive and feels he wants to play but once again everything is the dual decision. I think. Somehow I feel. Don't know one that's about right for. He loves being in the pitches and we sure love having him auto loans. Well joining us now from new Arlen is our CS NNE dot com Patriots insider time at the turn and -- An interesting labor Robert Kraft to talk about Tom Brady's future kind of -- is putting the parameters around it what do you think about his comment. It's definitely caught my -- trying to because always we've been on the the presumption that Tom Brady will always be a Patriot. But I think that to base his staying here on production which was what Robert Kraft in essence did. What is your opening I guess that I mentioned that to Robert field generally evil spoken about him as a permanent Patriots that I still -- that would be the case. What it takes two sides in production would definitely be a force of the decision making as well as help on the Patriots what would happen. Brady continue to play was -- mr. Robert Kraft also pointed out Friday that he thought that Tom Brady would know when his time was up. I think that Tom Brady will be a guy who has they have the NFL pride miss colds. A lot of productive hands. Well another pressing issue are more pressing -- I should say is that -- Wes Welker Robert Kraft saying about that. That -- lawyers and agents are talking right now any reason to think that they're going to come to a long term deal with Wes Welker. I think that a long term deal trainee is a very very remote possibility. But long term I would think in the three of five here -- If Tom give you Wes Welker is able to sign a two year deal I think that that would be a victory for him but most likely I see Wes Welker. Hitting the open road finding out there any offers that are superior but again this is a passive aggressive. Kind of statement I think by Robert Kraft it delineate with the Patriots chances we'd love to have yet if the numbers are right for us.