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Joe Montana: I'd tell Tom Brady not to leave New England

Posted On: Jan 27, 2020   |   Posted By: Boston Herald

If there's one quarterback who understands the choice Tom Brady will soon face with his impending free agency, it's his childhood idol.
If Brady listens to him, he'll stay.
Joe Montana, who famously finished his career in Kansas City after becoming an NFL legend by winning four Super Bowls with the 49ers, told NFL Media's Mike Silver he would advise Brady to remain in New England. Barring a completed contract renegotiation by March 18, Brady will hit free agency for the first time in his career. Montana was traded from San Francisco in the spring of 1993, an experience he confesses was far more difficult than expected.
“Don't - if you don't have to,” Montana said in an interview that will air on the NFL Network on Super Bowl Sunday. It's a process to go through, and it takes time to get used to the team. I was fortunate because Paul Hackett was there running the offense, and so I was pretty familiar with probably three-quarters of the offense going in.”
Montana added...

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