When the Patriots celebrated their 2018 Super Bowl win in Atlanta on February 3, Edelman was one of many players who had a little fun with the crowd. After the team made their way out of the Georgia Dome, Edelman ran up to the crowd and drank beer with them.
Edelman shared another Tom Brady story on a podcast this week, this time about how Brady out-drank him in a beer drinking competition. “To be fair, I am not a big drinker but he’s a heavy one,” Edelman said on the podcast “Pardon the Interruption”. “We took a few shots and it just kind of started and one thing led to another.” Edelman added that Brady’s ability to drink big was why he was able to play so long after suffering an ACL rupture in 2008. “That’s one of the reasons that he’s still playing,” Edelman said. “His liver is so
Quarterbacks Tom Brady and Julian Edelman played together for 12 years for the New England Patriots, winning three Super Bowls. During that time, Brady and Edelman developed a close friendship that they continue to this day. Because of their close relationship, the two shared memorable moments on and off the field. During an interview on the Green Light with Chris Long podcast, Edelman told an epic story about Brady during their time with the Patriots. Edelman recalled that the Patriots were stranded in New York State in 2009 because of a snowstorm. Due to the weather, the team had to travel to Rochester, NY to wait out the snowstorm. While they waited, the whole team went to a nearby barbecue, where Edelman got a good look at Brady’s impressive beer-drinking skills. We had a showdown in Rochester, N.Y., when we were snowed in after winning the AFC East championship in 2009, Edelman said. We had a beer and he beat me fair and square, Edelman said of his fight with Brady to USA Today’s Henry McKenna. Edelman recently announced his retirement from the NFL after a 12-year career with the Patriots, who selected him in the seventh round of the 2009 NFL Draft. The 34-year-old finished his career with 620 receptions for 6,822 yards and 36 touchdowns in the regular season and 118 receptions and 1,442 yards in the playoffs. According to recent reports, Edelman will join Brady with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for another chance at a Super Bowl. However, Edelman made it clear that he is retired and will not play for another team, saying he is a Patriot for life.
Brady’s knee looks normal
Brady, 43, underwent knee surgery in the offseason but is expected to be ready for the start of training camp. Brady showed he was already in top form by sharing a video on his Instagram account showing him working out and running while doing exercises without a knee brace, as ESPN’s Jenna Lane wrote on Twitter. Tom Brady just posted a new video on IG. In this film, he runs and throws without a knee brace. Only 100 days to go. pic.twitter.com/JKhxnYhBsS – JennaLaineESPN (@JennaLaineESPN) June 1, 2021
Arians will proceed with caution
Still, Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians said he would leave nothing to chance and would try to limit Brady’s participation in minicamp next week, according to Laine. I don’t know how far I’m going to let him go with people chasing him, Arians said, adding that he would wait first to see what the doctors have to say. He will probably coach a lot, Arians added. Brady recently held a private practice with some of his teammates, including recently contracted running back Giovani Bernard. Arians then asked Brady to move his private workouts to the center of the team so they would be protected in the event of an injury. Brady agreed and practiced with his teammates at the Buc One Place complex. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
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