Sport Tom Brady's trainer issues statement in wake of ESPN story

20:53  06 january  2018
20:53  06 january  2018 Source:   Sporting News

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An ESPN story posted Friday blamed Alex Guerrero, Brady ' s longtime trainer and friend, with creating dissension on the team.

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a man talking on a cell phone: Tom Brady, Alex Guerrero© Getty Images Tom Brady, Alex Guerrero Tom Brady's personal trainer and friend, Alex Guerrero, issued a lengthy statement Friday afternoon, hours after an ESPN.com story portrayed their relationship as creating dissension in the Patriots organization.

The story, quoting unnamed sources, said Guerrero and Brady's promotion of the TB12 training method created stress among some in the organization, with one Patriots staffer saying the fitness regime felt "like a cult." The story also claimed Brady's embrace of TB12 changed him. "Tom changed," an unnamed friend of Brady's told ESPN. "That's where a lot of these problems started."

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Thanks for signing up. You'll be waking up a little more awesome tomorrow. and quarterback Tom Brady released a joint statement Friday following the publication of an explosive ESPN report The story also touches on the drama created by Tom Brady ’ s association with his longtime trainer and

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ESPN reported the 40-year-old quarterback's relationship with Guerrero created friction between Brady and coach Bill Belichick, part of a growing rift between Brady, Belichick and team owner Robert Kraft. The situation escalated last month, when Belichick banned Guerrero from the sideline at Pats games and other team activities.

In a statement posted on TB12Sports.com, the website for the company co-founded by Guerrero and Brady, Guerrero defended his training methods. He also reaffirmed his friendship with Brady and thanked the Patriots organization.

Guerrero set up a Twitter account to tweet out a link to the statement.

"Many of the athletes I have worked with I consider not only clients, but also close friends," Guerrero's statement read in part. "One of those is Tom Brady with whom I have a great friendship that I cherish. It is a privilege working alongside someone with his commitment and discipline. Watching Tom succeed as he grows older has been a personal and professional highlight, because I consider seeing players’ and clients’ achievements in their own careers to be the most gratifying part of my work.

"Thank you to everyone who has supported me in my career, and to the professional organizations that have allowed me to treat their players — including the New England Patriots. I am grateful to Robert Kraft and his coaches and staff. I am proud to have co-founded the TB12 Sports Therapy Center with Tom, where we’re able to make a daily impact in thousands of people's lives."

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Earlier Friday, the Patriots issued a joint statement from Brady, Belichick and Kraft.

"For the past 18 years, the three of us have enjoyed a very good and productive working relationship," the statement read. "In recent days, there have been multiple media reports that have speculated theories that are unsubstantiated, highly exaggerated or flat out inaccurate. The three of us share a common goal.

"We look forward to the enormous challenge of competing in the postseason and the opportunity to work together in the future, just as we have for the past 18 years. It is unfortunate that there is even a need for us to respond to these fallacies. As our actions have shown, we stand united."

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