Tom Brady on how often Eagles fans remind him about his dropped pass in Super Bowl LII

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Tom Brady always seeks vindication, and as a wild card weekend matchup against the Eagles looms, don’t be shocked if the Buccaneers pull out a trick play or two involving the quarterback on Sunday.

While a guest on the SiriusXM podcast “Let’s Go!” With Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray, Brady was asked about the failed trick play from Super Bowl LII in which the then Patriots quarterback dropped a wide-open pass on a failed trick play on a third-down attempt from Danny Amendola that would have been a huge gain.

Brady tried to explain his thought process on the play, and then show candor when admitting that Philadelphia fans always remind him on a daily basis.

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