Julian Edelman Wastes No Time in Responding to Tom Brady’s Insult After Hilarious Victor Wembanyama Post

Published 11/08/2023, 10:24 AM EST

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Tom Brady calls out his old friend as the tall Victor Wembanyama enters the photo. After retiring in February, the 46-year-old former QB for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has been seen enjoying the finer things in life. Since then, he’s been an active social media enthusiast who gives daily updates to his fans.

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Brady is known to be an ardent follower of the NBA and his recent meetup with Victor furthered those claims. The 7-time Super Bowl winner’s favorite basketball team is the Golden State Warriors. But while the fans got excited about this NFL-NBA crossover between Wembanyama and the legend, it seems like Brady’s former teammate was called out for no apparent reason.

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On 8th November 2023, Brady took to Instagram to post a photo of meeting Victor Wembanyama, the power forward for the San Antonio Spurs. Wembanyama is one of the finest players in the NBA despite being only 19 years of age. Brady captioned the post by saying, “Awesome to meet you @wemby. Incredible young man. Usually I’d make some joke here about how I think I could get 10 and 10 against you, but let’s be real… you’d send my jumper into the club level 😂😂😂”  While the NFL legend wished him well for the future, he wrote a line right underneath the caption that sent the fans into splits.

 

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He wrote, “PS: @edelman11 This is how you felt all those years???” The diss was aimed at the former Wide Reciever for the Patriots, Julian Edelman who immediately responded with a GIF of Steve Carell from the Office saying, “I am dead inside.” The 37-year-old was mocked for his height by Brady as he felt small standing next to Wembanyama, the 7.3 feet tall player.

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Brady had a glorious 20 seasons with the Patriots and managed to win over 7 Super Bowls with the team. But even after retiring, it seems like the fans haven’t had their fill with Brady’s masterclass career as they strongly demand his return.

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Will Brady ever return to the field ever again?

When Aaron Rodgers played his debut match with the New York Jets, he had a tragic moment within the first 5 minutes of the game. He injured his Achilles tendon and then had to be taken off the field. After his exit, the fans on X went into a frenzy to try to pressure Brady into returning.

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But it seems like Brady has no interest in returning to the field anytime soon. As he’s declared several times in the past, Brady wants to enjoy his time off from the football field and focus on his personal life more now. At the moment, he’s aiming all his energy into being the best father he can be, but there’s no doubt that his exit left a void in the sport. With all said and done, the fans continue to persist with questions of his return, but they seem to go unheard.

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Jeevesh Singh

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