Julian Edelman reacts to Tom Brady's cryptic Twitter post

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Tom Brady: Patriots QB posts cryptic Twitter message

The 42-year-old has maintained that he wants to play until he is 45, which would be another two or three seasons. The Los Angeles Chargers are another team in the running for Brady and they reportedly have accommodations that would work for Brady. If he doesn't re-sign with the Patriots, the Raiders plan to pursue him when free agency opens March 18, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Sunday, citing league sources.

Getty San Francisco 49ers wide receivers coach Wes Welker is looking for his first Super Bowl ring. Like Brady, Philip Rivers is set to become a free agent after a season where he threw 20 interceptions, contributing to nine of their 11 losses that were determined by a touchdown or less.

Jimmy Kimmel dropped his latest installment of Mean Tweets on Thursday night, and in honor of the upcoming Super Bowl it was another NFL Edition. The New England Patriot had no hard feelings, though, and shrugged them off like a total pro.

All of which is to say that I have no idea what I or the country did to deserve this, but this year's Super Bowl is nearly certainly going to be not just better but possibly an all-time classic. There is absolutely no other situation that makes much sense, and he's already said that he would likely continue playing.

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First up was the New England Patriots quarterback.

Later, he recites another gem of a tweet: 'F*** you Tom Brady you fat b***h, I hope you cry'. "Because from what I understand, he wants a commitment from them that they will spend specifically on weapons for this offense, something they tried to do a year ago with Antonio Brown - did not work".

After the historic Patriots comeback in Super Bowl LI, Tom Brady's jersey went missing.

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