Tom Brady: White House Visits by Championship Teams Aren't Political
Tuesday, 14 February 2017 Tom Brady said he believes in "putting politics aside" when it comes to visiting the White House as a celebrated champion, the New England Patriotsquarterback told NBC Sports' "ProFootballTalk Live."
At least two players from the New England Patriots — Devin McCourty and Martellus Bennett — are planning on skipping the team's visit to the White House this year after defeating the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI. Here are some other notable names from past championship teams in other sports...
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