‘To this day I believe I’m the motherf****r’: Ryan Fitzpatrick thinks Tom Brady was talking about HIM when he complained about an undisclosed team staying above him with their quarterback… while he made jokes he wanted to make T-SHIRTS with the nickname on
- In the 2021 off-season, Brady complained about a team’s lack of interest in signing him
- The franchise chose to stick with its QB, who called Brady “that bastard”
- NFL Fans First Thought Brady Was Talking About Jimmy Garoppolo on the 49ers
- That same summer, the NFL suspended Stephen Ross for tampering with Brady
- Internet sleuths now believe Brady was referring to Ryan Fitzpatrick at the time
Former dolphin Ryan Fitzpatrick believes Tom Brady referred to him when he moaned about an undisclosed team hovering over him with their quarterback, while joking that he wanted the derogatory nickname printed on custom t-shirts.
In the off-season of 2021, Brady appeared on The Uninterrupted’s podcast ‘The Shop’ when he ranted about a team’s lack of interest in taking over his shifts, preferring to stick with ‘die motherf****r* ‘ at quarterback.
NFL Twitter collapsed shortly after, as most fans first suspected the Buccaneers quarterback was talking about Jimmy Garoppolo, who was starting at the time for the San Francisco 49ers – Brady’s hometown. He was previously the 41-year-old’s backup in New England from 2014 to 2017.
Former Dolphin Ryan Fitzpatrick Believes He Was That Motherfucker Tom Brady Referred To
That same summer, the NFL suspended Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and fined him $1.5 million for tampering with Tom Brady and Sean Payton after a six-month investigation into the racial discrimination case of former coach Brian Flores. against the competition.
At the time, football fans online believed that Brady was actually talking about Fitzpatrick — the only NFL player to have a passing and rushing touchdown with eight different teams.
The ex-Dolphins quarterback was asked on the Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz on Tuesday about last summer’s saga.
“I think I still am. I think I’m still that guy,” Fitzpatrick said. “If you go back to that… for the 2019 season, when the Dolphins are trying to put together a roster that will help them make a better draft pick next year, so it’s not like that would be an attractive solution for Tom in every case.
“So I’m not sure why he was so upset about it, but I still believe to this day that I am that bastard,” the 39-year-old added.
Brady said he was stunned after an undisclosed team chose to stay with their QB rather than sign him
The former Harvard quarterback, who currently works as an analyst for Amazon’s Thursday Night Football coverage on Prime Video, wanted to take his new nickname beyond just a simple arguing remark from Brady.
“I tried to get my wife to make some T-shirts so I could wear them everywhere. We tried with all the children to figure out which letters to leave out. I like it, it’s a good nickname,” Fitzpatrick continued.
The comment was never made clear, but Fitzpatrick is adamant that he was the person Brady was referring to.
In August, however, UFC president Dana White revealed that the Las Vegas Raiders were about to lure Brady and now-retired tight end Rob Gronkowski — only for Jon Gruden, then-coach of the Raiders, to veto the decision. deal.
“Brady wasn’t happy about it,” White said at a UFC 278 press conference.
Many fans now think that ‘The Goat’ referred to Derek Carr. It remains to be seen if we’ll ever find out the answer…