New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will attend the Super Bowl 50 pregame ceremony of MVPs, which was a hot topic of discussion based on his legal fight against the NFL. On Friday, Patriots owner Robert Kraft shared with WBZ-TV a bit of Brady's mindset in attending.
“I chatted with him about it and he was his usual selfless self, saying he represents all of the players on the team, the coaches and the New England market,” Kraft told Steve Burton in San Francisco. “Without that sense of team, he wouldn’t have gotten those MVP awards.”
Kraft also said he's looking forward to the 2016 season.
"We still have a pretty good team and there are a lot of young players on the team. We’re blessed with the best coaching staff in the NFL," he said. “We’re going to have some fun next year, I promise."