‘Patriots for life,’ Julian Edelman training with Tom Brady sparks

Tory Barron is a Bristol-based author and editor for ESPN.com. After relinquishing playing lacrosse at UConn, the DC indigenous decided to try her hand at covering people playing sports.
Retirement is overrated. It’s not hard to think of that’s the belief newly unretired Tampa fl Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady resembled to his former New England Patriots colleague Julian Edelman while the pair trained together, provided TB12 lasted all of 6 weeks before revealing his decision to go back to his former workplace.

In a video posted to Brady’s Twitter account Monday, the seven-time Super Dish champion can be seen tossing the rock to a familiar (and currently retired) target in Edelman.

Edelman, that played all 12 of his NFL seasons with the Patriots prior to calling it a career in 2021, retweeted the modified video of the duo, including, “How’s the knee look?”

Exactly how’s the knee look? https://t.co/LYJ3YAp5Sd

— Julian Edelman (@Edelman11) March 21, 2022

Not long after, the tweet generated replies from another duo with New England connections.

Bucs TE Rob Gronkowski asked his previous teammate the million dollar concern.

Is @Edelman11 picking up?? I sure hope so!! https://t.co/FSuUhWltIV

— Rob Gronkowski (@RobGronkowski) March 21, 2022

At The Same Time, Patriots LB Matthew Judon was a lot more concerned with making certain the stability of Edelman’s “Foxboro Forever” motto remains intact.

Patriots new GM at it again in totally free agency https://t.co/3OPMhbmWlf

— Julian Edelman (@Edelman11) March 21, 2022

Whether Edelman go back to football continues to be to be seen. However there are likely individuals in New England willing to lend him a knee if it implies he will not sign up with Brady as well as Gronk in Tampa Bay Bay.

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