Tom Brady continues clapping back at “cliff” comments
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By Patrick Morgan

Tom Brady is continuing to use his social media channels to refute the notion that he’s about to “fall off a cliff” when it comes to his NFL career.

It’s barely been a week since Patriots quarterback Tom Brady shared a photo on his Twitter account that trolled ESPN talk-show host Max Kellerman.

In the photo, Brady displays a ball velocity measuring device with a reading of 61 miles per hour, along with the superimposed caption of Kellerman’s quote “he’s gonna fall off a cliff.” 61 MPH is, of course, an extremely impressive speed at which to be throwing a football – especially for a veteran player who’s about to turn 42 and enter his 20th NFL season.

The photo is meant to discredit Kellerman and all other detractors and naysayers who think Brady’s already begun to physically decline and have his skills and abilities wane. For years now, Kellerman has used his public platform to become one of the more vocal and ardent critics of Brady’s game, and it’s usually him at the forefront of the “this is the year” arguments regarding the Patriots’ dynastic...



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