The New England head coach said there are no adjectives to describe the career of today’s Buccaneers quarterback, whom he will face on Sunday in a duel that you can follow for Star +
FOXBOROUGH – On the first day of practice so that his New England Patriots face the quarterback Tom brady already Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the head coach Bill Belichick shared his sense of humor during the press conference on Wednesday morning.
“What’s up? Is there a good story this week?” He asked upon arrival, flashing a huge smile.
Belichick then he was filled with praise for Brady, 44 years old, with whom he conquered six Super bowls.
“Nothing I do Tom I’m surprised, “he explained Belichick. “He’s a great player, he works hard, he takes care of himself. He’s talked about playing until he’s 50. If someone can do it, he probably can.
“Tom he has had an incredible career. There are not enough superlatives and adjectives to compliment all that you have achieved and continue to achieve. It’s incredibly impressive. “
Regarding your relationship with Brady, and if you’ve had any contact with him since the quarterback emigrated as a free agent in March 2020, Belichick He replied, “I think it’s good. It has always been good.”
Continuing with that tenor, Belichick was asked about some details of “It’s Better to Be Feared”, a book written by the senior columnist of ESPN, Seth Wickersham, which is scheduled to be released on October 12.
The book relates that Brady he wanted to say goodbye in person to Belichick, but the coach said he was not available and insisted that the two chat on the phone.
“No, it is not true,” he reported Belichick on Wednesday when asked if that was true. “There are some things about this free game; it sounds like a lot of second, third and fourth hand comments, I’m not going to get into that. I’m going to focus on the game and try to prepare for the Bucs“.
And while Belichick opened his press conference with some humor, ended with the seemingly entertaining when asked if Brady he was a difficult quarterback to defend against, and what made him so difficult as a rival.
“Yes, he is as difficult as any quarterback there is or has ever been. Enough has been said. His numbers are incredible,” he said. Belichick.
“He’s about to break the all-time record as a passer. He’s done more than any other player at the position, whatever action he takes – yards, completions, touchdowns, championships, you name it. Whatever. whatever they want out there; it can’t be more complicated than that. “