'Tommy Being Tommy': Brady Barks at Teammates at Practice

Posted August 17, 2017

"Anytime you put two good teams together on the practice field and get great reps like we had today, you're going to get better".

The Patriots quarterback yesterday explained that such expectations - especially in the middle of training camp - can be a "setup". "We have a lot of respect for Bill and his coaching staff, this football team, the program he runs — a tremendous amount of respect".

On WEEI's Kirk and Callahan (h/t ESPN.com's Mike Reiss), Brady expressed his belief that doing so could be a unsafe exercise: "It is really unfair to set expectations". "When you're younger, you don't know what to do".

To no surprise, Brady wasn't interested in engaging in the 19-0 talk that's surrounded the Patriots this summer. He has brought a high level of success to the franchise during his tenure with the team helping them reach 10 AFC Championship games, which is more than just four other teams in the NFL. After 17 years, 18 years, I know what to do. "It's really unfair to compare any of that to what has happened in the past". This team, we'll be able to write our own chapter and hopefully it's a good one, but it's gonna be determined by the work ethic that we do and trust we have in one another, and we're still a long ways from building that. And for the final couple days they have in southern West Virginia, they've had a special visitor.

"There's so much improvement we need to make".

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Brady said both he and his mother have a "different perspective" now that she has gone through her treatment. You just do the best you can from afar.

In the interim, Watson is gathering useful tips from one of the best quarterbacks to ever do it and simultaneously Savage's time as Houston's starting quarterback is expiring at a rapidly pace. "Training camp is a good time and to have the fans be able to come here and not worry about ticket prices and all of that, and just come and show their true support for their team" said DB Devin McCourty. He also said she is doing well now.

"It was good to kind of get my feet wet and play against another team".

It goes without saying that things worked out alright for Brady.