'Stay off Tom': Refs warned Dolphins on legal Brady hit

'Stay off Tom': Refs warned Dolphins on legal Brady hit

It caused one member of National Football League royalty, Tom Brady, as Troy Aikman called the New England Patriots' QB, to turn off the game.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is suffering from a minor calf issue this week that limited him in practice, but help may be on the way ahead of a home matchup with the Jets.

Considering everything written about Tom Brady (not just official news articles), I decided the overall sentiment for Tom Brady on 2019-09-20 is perfectly fine.

He tweeted his frustrations at the referees, stating he was turning the game off because of the "ridiculous penalties".

The New England Patriots cut ties with Antonio Brown Friday after 11 days and the immediate response from the receiver was a positive one.

Brady seldom makes waves on league issues and is often complimentary of officiating.

"The refs always do a good job", he said. "I never complain to the refs", he told reporters crowding around his locker. Have you guys ever heard me complain to the refs?

He then added that maybe he has, but only in the heat of the moment.

Regardless of Brady's actual thoughts on the matter, there's no denying the uptick in penalties this season - and the skyrocketing of offensive holding calls.

There were 15 penalties in the first half called by referee Shawn Hochuli's crew, eight of which were for holding.



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