Joe Montana: Patriots 'Made Mistake' Letting Tom Brady Go

Joe Montana: Patriots 'Made Mistake' Letting Tom Brady Go

Yet Manning, whose Giants upset two historically great New England teams in Super Bowls XLII and XLVI, wouldn't go so far as to say the Patriots' dynasty is over without Brady.

Tom Brady's new journey with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has already sparked some business ideas.

The database of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) shows Yee and Dubin Sports, the company owned by Brady's agent Don Yee and Stephen Dubin, filed a trademark application for the slogan on the same day Brady was officially confirmed as the new Bucs quarterback.

"It's not about appreciation", Montana said. "We'd do our workout and those coaches would be in there watching him throw".

Tom Brady #12 signals to teammates during the AFC Wild Card Playoff game against the Tennessee Titans at Gillette Stadium on January 4 in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

"It's just getting used to your new teammates", he said.

The Giants kept a 38-year-old Manning on their roster in 2019, allowing the two-time Super Bowl champion to spend the final year of his contract as Daniel Jones' backup despite trading Odell Beckham Jr. and Olivier Vernon earlier in the offseason. Stidham would appear the most likely candidate to succeed a player considered the greatest of all time, even if his National Football League experience is limited to four pass attempts - one of which New York Jets safety Jamal Adams returned for a pick-six in Week 3 of last season. "You still wouldn't find a way to get him in?" Outside pressure, that external pressure, it slips off your back.

"I wish he was a life sentence in New England because I think it would have been a really cool story", he added.

"But let me tell you something, I have had an incredible opportunity for nine years ... to learn from both in terms of leadership", he said.

But this is our new reality and Brady's childhood hero, Joe Montana, can not believe it either.

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