Tom Brady Finally Gets The High Five He Has Been Waiting For

By Connor Muldowney
Tom Brady
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It has been well-documented that Tom Brady is one of the most interesting men in the NFL today. He’s a wearer of UGGs, he’s a lady-killer, he’s a great quarterback and a Super Bowl champion. If there’s one thing he wishes he was better at, it’s probably his ability to give and receive high fives from teammates. What exactly do I mean by this?

In case you don’t recall it a few weeks ago, Brady was looking to extend a high five to his teammate, Julian Edelman, but was instead cold-shouldered and rejected. Well, just see for yourself:

As you can see, he was completely and embarrassingly rejected by a receiver that was basically a nobody before he became Brady’s favorite target during Danny Amendola’s and Rob Gronkowski‘s injuries. So the guy makes you famous and you turn your back on him? Wrong move, Julian.

Well it looks like Brady finally got redemption in the form of a LeGarrette Blount high five on the sidelines. This time, Brady looks a bit more friendly and welcoming than he did before. Take a look at the semi-creepy smile and the high five he finally receives from a teammate.

Good for Tom. He will not proceed to put on his turtle neck and fancy sweater for the post-game press conference and he will finally be in good spirits. He is leading the New England Patriots to a possible playoff appearance this season and he is coming off his best game of the season — it’s good to be Tom Brady right now.

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