Tom Brady may not have played in the Patriots’ loss to the Giants on Thursday, but he found a way to keep active in what might be the most Brady way possible.
The GOAT took the opportunity to do a little yoga on the sidelines, much to the enjoyment of Julian Edelman.
Highlight of the whole preseason imho pic.twitter.com/Hb9PR47YH0— Michael Hurley (@michaelFhurley) August 30, 2019
Brady took to Twitter the next morning to call out his wide receiver:
Edelman, as usual, did not mince words in his retort.
Idk Mr. Miyagi you tell me https://t.co/o97zGi1aI6— Julian Edelman (@Edelman11) August 30, 2019
Twitter was, of course, absolutely here for this Grade-A Brady content.
I just feel bad for football fans that will never experience what it’s like to have this Mythical Creature on their team.— Brad Norris (@BradNorris90) August 30, 2019
You, dancing normally at a wedding— Charlotte Wilder (@TheWilderThings) August 30, 2019
Police officer: “have you been drinking tonight?”— Matt LaChance (@m_lachance1) August 30, 2019
“If I was drinking, would I be able to do this….”
Aaron Rodgers Is Back At It
After blessing us with his Canadian tuxedo last week, Aaron Rodgers put the ‘stache to good use again on Wednesday for the Packers’ annual Welcome Dinner. The QB staff dressed up as characters from Happy Gilmore, and…well, I’ll let the video speak for itself.
In case you need a refresher, he’s channeling Ben Stiller’s character, the elder abuse-committing orderly at Grandma’s nursing home.
We truly don’t deserve Aaron Rodgers.
Tyler Skaggs Update
Sad news out of the MLB this week.
The autopsy report has been released by the California medical examiner’s office following the untimely July 1st death of Angels’ pitcher Tyler Skaggs. According to the report, Skaggs passed away as a result of an accidental drug overdose after ingesting a combination of fentanyl, oxycodone, and alcohol. The cause of death was cited as aspiration.
Complicating an already sad situation is the fact that according to reports, Skaggs may have purchased the drugs from a fellow employee in the Angels organization. The team and authorities are working together to uncover how and when Skaggs obtained the opioids that led to his death.
“I said at the time it didn’t matter to me what the cause was,” manager Brad Ausmus told reporters on Friday. “We still lost someone way too early, someone we liked and cared about and there’s a huge void as a result. So it didn’t matter to me then and it doesn’t matter to me now. Those facts remain the same.”
Our thoughts are with Skaggs’ family during this painful time.
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