Love him or hate him, New England Patriots legendary quarterback Tom Brady clearly displayed his love for American troops before Sunday night’s game.
Brady, who rarely pauses his pre-game warm-ups, did just that when he dropped everything to run down the sideline packed with over 200 troops and high-fived as many as he could. At a time when pro athletes are using their leagues for a platform to take a stand against the flag, it’s refreshing to see someone like Brady make it crystal clear that he loves the men and women who serve this great nation. \
24/7 Sports reports:
Tom Brady took time out of his pregame preparations to greet the men and women of the military.
Prior to kickoff of their Super Bowl LI rematch with the Falcons in Week 7, the Patriots quarterback gave a number of military members a high-five as they were honored on the field. The 200 military members were guests of the team as they donated tickets for them to come to the game.
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The idea to invite the military members to Gillette for the primetime contest was sparked by Patriots long snapper and active Navy member Joe Cardona along with special teams ace Matthew Slater.
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