Sport Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski Are Clearly Sending a Sign to Bill Belichick

21:00  16 april  2018
21:00  16 april  2018 Source:   The Big Lead

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  Report: Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski still irritated over Malcolm Butler benching Reports of tension within the Patriots organization existed well before Malcolm Butler was shockingly benched for the entire Super Bowl, but Bill Belichick’s controversial decision may be the cause of much of the lingering drama in New England. A source told Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk that the Patriots expect both Rob Gronkowski and Tom Brady to be back with the team in 2018.

Bill Belichick of the New England Patriots and Tom Brady #12 chat before a preseason game with the New York Giants. Giardi then identified those players as Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski .

Guerrero, famous for being Tom Brady ’s personal trainer, appears to be at least in some way involved in what appears to be some friction between the Patriots and tight end Rob Gronkowski . Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald wrote that coach Bill Belichick “chastised” Gronkowski for being a

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Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski are missing the start of the Patriots' offseason workouts, and it's clear that they are sending a sign to Bill Belichick with their absences.

Yes, the workouts are "voluntary", but there must be something happening behind the scenes especially for Brady to miss these meetings. "There are some teams where it's not a big deal if guys miss part of the offseason program," Ross Tucker, who played for Bill Belichick in 2005-2006, tweeted. "New England is not one of them."

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To their ever-loving distress, millions of otherwise-happy Americans had experienced Tom Brady , Bill Belichick , the Patriots, Patriots fans Brady ’s favorite target, superstar tight end Rob Gronkowski , said Sunday he’s ‘‘definitely going to look at my future, for sure,’’ which sounds like someone seriously

Belichick and Holliday in 2008. (AP). While standing at the line of scrimmage down 10 points to Peyton Manning and the Broncos, Tom Brady was clearly picked up by NBC microphones shouting the audible, “cougar, cougar Brady hit Rob Gronkowski for a touchdown that cut Denver’s lead to three.

Gronk has been doing a song and dance this offseason about potentially retiring. He posted a not-so-cryptic message on Instagram when Danny Amendola left for the Dolphins, and reports have trickled out that he is displeased about being shackled by Belichick's no-nonsense style of management.

Brady is in Qatar, nominally for charity work with his Best Buddies organization. Nevertheless, he surely could have scheduled this trip around a time that it did not conflict with Patriots activities. This is the first time he's missed voluntary workouts in eight years:

Whether Brady and Gronk are miffed at the way Belichick has treated their workout guru Alex Guerrero, or there remains a rift that Belichick finally rolled snake eyes in benching Malcolm Butler in the Super Bowl, or the general ego clashing that always tends to crumble sports dynasties, there is something there.

The Patriots were able to weather all the noise about clashing egos late last season, so it would be premature to declare that their run is over, but the drama is festering and it will remain fascinating to see whether and to what extent it manifests on the field next season.

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