Tom Brady signs ball to 49ers’ DreGreenlaw, despite San Francisco linebacker picking em off in Tampa Bay Bucs big loss. A cheeky ‘little fan’ girl reveals that he’soothed up’
Tom Brady did not feel resentful towards Dre Greenlaw of San Francisco for asking him to sign his ball after his team’s 35-7 defeat against the 49ers.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers suffered a heavy defeat at Levi’s Stadium Sunday, with Greenlaw taking out the star quarterback.
The Niners’ linebacker tried his luck after the game when he approached Brady for autographs. Brady agreed.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Tom Brady signed a football for San Francisco 49ers’ Dre Greenlaw
After the Bucs lost, the linebacker asked the star quarterback for an autograph.
‘The worst thing that he can tell you is no. After walking away with a signed football, Greenlaw told reporters that he was taught this lesson to me.
‘HeHe’s a great guy to be able sign that ball after he hasn’t thrown them picks. I appreciate that.
‘HeHe’s the greatest so I appreciate that.
Brady and Co. were unable to overcome the San Francisco defense at Levi’s Stadium on Sunday
“I went like a little girl fan, like a little fan. I tried to make him feel better, soothe him up so I was like, “You’re the greatest ever”, all that good stuff, but he’s, he’s.
‘He I was like “I appreciate you man, good work” and he was like he ain’t going to sign it.
“Then Fred” [Warner] He came over and asked me if I could sign the ball. I was like “you have to sign”, and he was cool, without doubt.
Two interceptions were thrown by Brady as the Bucs battled against a strong 49ers defense.
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