Even though seven-time Super Bowl champion quarterback Tom Brady will not be playing in the NFL this season, he will still be around the game after he agreed to join the Las Vegas Raiders organization as a minority owner earlier this year. That meant that he was with the team for the final preseason game against the Dallas Cowboys, allowing him to trade some words with a Cowboys star.
Before Saturday’s preseason game, Tom Brady joined the Las Vegas Raiders and the Dallas Cowboys on the field during pregame warmups, and this allowed him to interact with Dallas Cowboys star linebacker Micah Parsons for the first time since the Cowboys eliminated Brady and his Tampa Bay Buccaneers from the playoffs.
In a video posted to the NFL’s official Twitter account, Parsons can be seen approaching Brady and telling the legendary quarterback that he “owes” him. And Brady had a pretty clear response to the Cowboys star.
“I don’t owe you anything,” Brady responded. “You hit me too much. I don’t owe you [anything].”
It wasn’t clear just how much we’d see Brady around the league after he agreed to join the Raiders ownership group, but based on what we saw over the weekend, it seems he could be around the game quite often.