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Tom Brady Demand For Jimmy Garoppolo Money Is Fake News

A published report that New England Patriots superstar quarterback Tom Brady would sit out pre-season workouts (known as OTAs or organized team activities) unless he received a raise equivalent to what former backup Jimmy Garoppolo just got is apparently a hoax. Traded by the Patriots to the San Francisco 49ers this past season in another decision by head coach Bill Belichick that is still leaving many observers scratching their heads, Garoppolo just signed a massive five-year, $137.
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