Tom Brady on trying to be good a sport; Not shaking Nick Foles hand after Super Bowl LII loss

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As the Eagles prepare for a trip to Tampa Bay to face the defending Super Bowl Buccaneers on Sunday, all fans want to talk about is the past depending on whom you ask.

Earlier this week, Tom Brady spoke about Philadelphia fans constantly heckling him about the dropped pass on a trick play in Super Bowl LII. On Thursday, Brady was asked by Rob Maaddi about the constant scrutiny he received after allegedly refusing to shake hands with then Eagles quarterback Nick Foles after the Birds 41-33 upset win.

On Thursday, Brady admitted that he can be a sore loser at times, but that he does respect Foles and he’s shaken his hands before.

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