Patriots made 'mistake' letting Tom Brady go, Joe Montana says

Jamie Collins was in disbelief that Tom Brady left the Patriots

"No. I just know him and it's not a fit in our locker room", said Arians.

Brady is six years older than Montana was when asked the San Francisco 49ers to trade him to the Kansas City Chiefs in 1993, but the 63-year-old expects the move to Florida to rejuvenate the four-time Super Bowl MVP.

"I've had a couple quarterbacks that just keep looking deep - they won't throw the checkdown. They are missing the spring and missing time in practice and throwing together until a little bit later in the spring, that's valuable time for a quarterback to kind of get on the same page and learn a new offense and figure that out". That to me was 'OK, it doesn't look like he's going to stay.' You would think with him being there that long, it would have got done.

"I never believed you can win the Super Bowl in March and April", Manning said.

In June past year, Brady's agents attempted to trademark the phrase "Tom Terrific" but their request was turned down, with the USPTO citing the moniker's connection with MLB Hall of Famer Tom Seaver.

The head coach, who previously coached Brown with the Pittsburgh Steelers, even said he wouldn't want the wideout on the veteran's minimum.

While welcoming Brady to Tampa Bay, the Buccaneers coined the term "TB x TB". He had been critical of the Patriots' offensive production during last season, and started to show more public frustration. "It'll be interesting to see what they mix in with what they did in New England with what they're going to do and continue to use and had success with in Tampa". "That's his makeup. Most players who have been that successful have that makeup that you can't add pressure to him".

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