Tom Brady throws shade at Mike Tomlin: That wouldn’t go over well with our coach

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Following Sunday’s 18-16 win over the Chiefs, Steelers Cheap Google Jerseys wide receiver Antonio Brown streamed Mike Tomlin’s postgame speech on Facebook Live, where the coach referred to the Patriots as a bunch of a holes.

Tom Brady was asked about the video during an interview on Monday morning on Boston’s WEEI radio.

The Patriots quarterback said he had not seen the video, but was told what Tomlin said.

Thats against our team policy, so I dont think that would go over well with our coach,Brady said. Every coach has a different style. Our coach, hes been in the league for 42 years and hes pretty old school. Hes not into social media and I think he lets everyone know that. I think our team has a policy, we dont show anything that should be private because he feels when we are inside our stadium, inside the walls, there has to be a degree of privacy that we have. Whats done in the locker room should stay in the locker room.

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