New England’s Quarterback, Tom Brady, Speaks About NFL Kneeling Protests

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Fresh off a convincing blowout win last night on the road against the Denver Broncos, New England Patriot Quarterback Tom Brady spoke to the media in a press conference that was surreal, serious and laugh inducing all at the same time. Sam Baugh of the New York Times asked the All Pro and Future Hall of Fame Quarterback about the past weekend of kneeling protests around the National Football League to raise awareness on alleged police brutality against people of color. Brady wasted no time responding to the seemingly out of place question by not missing a beat and responding that “spending a good part of my year around black guys does not qualify me to speak for black people. It certainly has not improved my dancing or rapping skills.” This controversial quote immediately hit social media and made the rounds on Twitter this morning. The owner of the New England Patriots, Bob Kraft, was unavailable for comment.

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