While it appeared to be no match for Kliff Kinsbury's desert manse, Jerry Jones' super-villain lair on his yacht or whatever was going on a Mike Vrabel's house, Tom Brady's choice of home decor was the target from one of his quarterback rivals.
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It was good-natured ribbing that was part of on the NFL's Draft-A-Thon social media fundraising campaign for COVID-19 relief, Brady was one of several players and celebrities on a video conference call, hosted by Rich Eisen and Deion Sanders of the NFL Network. Actor Kevin Hart, ex-Giant now "Good Morning America" host Michael Strahan were also on the call, along with Seahawks QB Russell Wilson.
And it was Wilson who sent the group into hysterics with his shot at Brady's zebra-striped furniture after the new Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB fired the first salvo by questioning why Wilson was video-chatting from his car.
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Brady: "Hey, Russ, why did your wife [signer Ciara] put you out in the car, man? Can she not let you in the house? She stuck you out in that van. That's messed up."
Eisen: "Russ, Tom's in the wrong house. Tom strolled into the wrong house. He doesn't even know where he is right now."
Wilson: "While you've got the zebra print in that little seat there, in that lounge chair behind you, I guess that's what happens when you've got six rings and you stole one from me, Tom. Listen, I'm in the car because the internet on the West Coast is not working."
Stole that ring? Wilson has only himself and Malcolm Butler - and Pete Carroll - to blame for that.