Tom Brady was suspended for the first four games of the regular season, and now the veteran quarterback is speaking up in regards to how the CBA was written. Brady joins Aaron Rodgers who was discussing the problems with the CBA a few weeks ago with reports. Here is what Brady said:
Brady spoke to Jim Gray on Westwood One radio Thursday night and said that the coming negotiations offer a chance for players to “come together to really stand up for the things that we believe in and continue to fight” that others have led in the past.
“I think the system can always be improved,” Brady said, via WEEI.com. “Not just for my situation because my situation is obviously in the past, but for everyone’s situation in the future. I think we as players need to stand together so collectively we can be as strong as possible and the NFL can continue to provide and be as great of a game as it is.”
Brady wants players to stand up to change the game and make it better. Do you agree with him?