How an Eagles castoff turned Tom Brady's Mr. Dependable


The Patriots will aim to defend their title in Minneapolis on Sunday (Monday in Manila), a year after staging the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history, when they recovered from 28-3 down to defeat the Atlanta Falcons in overtime.

Tom Brady's 5-year-old daughter, Vivian, was shocking called an "annoying little pissant" by radio host Alex Reimer recently and the New England Patriots player is fighting back by using his anger as fuel to win the upcoming Super Bowl against the Philadelphia Eagles on February 4.

"I understand it's a business, and there aren't a lot of guys who stay with one team for their whole career, " Blount said. "If we lose, I'm throwing it in the garbage".

During a radio segment last week, WEEI host Alex Reimer referred to Brady's 5-year-old daughter, Vivian - who appears in Brady's documentary series "Tom vs Time" - as an "annnoying little pissant".

Ortega wasn't charged, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation didn't comment on the case when announcing that the jerseys had been recovered.

Gronkowski seemed confident he'll be good to go for Sunday's Super Bowl, although he wasn't proclaiming himself cleared.

But these Eagles don't fear Bill Belichick, Tom Brady or New England's dynasty.

"But I also knew just being in that situation that I needed to take a few days just to let all the emotions settle".

Move over Dallas Cowboys, the Philadelphia Eagles may have just become the new "America's Team". And however it shakes out, ultimately you've got to figure out how to win in the fourth quarter. The decision paid off with a Super Bowl ring last season.

Owner Robert Kraft added, "Our intent is we have the best people in their respective positions and we keep them here for a very long time". "They try to tell you what they think you can do without even really knowing you". So I'm just trying to protect it the best way I can. They beat the Eagles 24-21 in the big game 13 years ago.

"Nobody said directly it's because you're an Eagle player, but you could maybe take some hints from it".

If the Patriots lose on Sunday, Boston Cardinal Seán P. O'Malley says he'll give the money to Saint John's Hospice, a homeless services organization in Philadelphia. "It's not quite where I want it to be right now, but hopefully by gametime it should be". "I'm not going to go into the Super Bowl worshipping this man and make him more than what he is".

Eagles safety Chris Maragos isn't entirely sure what the deal is but has said he had a tough time just getting a dinner reservation made for him and some teammates.