New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady will not be at the opening of the New England Patriots’ organized team activities on Monday, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Sounds like Tom would rather spend the extra time with the family, and his personal trainer. He’s at the point of his career where he can do whatever he wants, and the organization will just have to go along with it.
Patriots’ QB Tom Brady will not be at the opening of the teams’ Organized Team Activities today, per a source, continuing his absence from the team’s offseason program. Today is the start of the Patriots’ voluntary OTAs, which Brady regularly has been a part of in the past.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) May 21, 2018
Offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels noted on May 11 that the coaches would like all players at the workouts but that they understood the quarterback’s decision because the sessions are voluntary.
The three-time MVP committed to playing the 2018 season during an appearance April 30 at the Milken Institute Global Conference in California.
Tom Brady rn while everybody is panicking pic.twitter.com/G9ibFtegkw
— 🐐 (@BrettPats) May 21, 2018