Tom Brady has enjoyed both being a part of Boston sports history and getting to witness it from afar.
During Brady's press conference on Thursday, the Patriots quarterback talked about what it's been like to watch the Red Sox, Celtics, and Bruins success throughout his last 19 years in New England.
"I've been in Boston for the last 19 years I've just - you know, you follow all these teams," Brady said. "The Celtics, the Red Sox, and the Bruins and what they've done and accomplished it's become such a great area. You know, it's just not Boston but it's the whole New England region."
So much love for the place we call home.
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— New England Patriots (@Patriots) January 31, 2019
Brady and the Pats will get the chance to notch their sixth Super Bowl title in nine tries on Feb. 3. If they pull it off, Brady might have yet another first pitch at Fenway to look forward to.
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