It seems Nick Foles isn’t the only quarterback to have been snubbed by a certain seven-time Super Bowl champion.
Ryan Fitzpatrick, who has played for nine teams in his 17-year career, reflected on his fondest memories of the NFL during a recent appearance on the ESPN+ series American Caddy, claiming he needed Tom Brady for a handshake after the Visit game after defeating him.
“Hit Tom Brady after the first time for not shaking my hand after the first time,” Fitzpatrick said, according to the Insider. “I was with the Jets [for his second win over Brady]and I had to chase him down the 50 yard line.
Fitzpatrick, 39, was a member of the Bills in 2011 when he first defeated Brady, now 44, while Brady was still with the Patriots. Buffalo’s AFC East rival. Fitzpatrick’s second win over Brady came four years later.
“Apparently he hates losing more than everyone else hates losing. If he loses, I want a handshake,” Fitzpatrick said when asked why he thinks Brady allegedly didn’t shake his hand.
Though it’s been some time since the alleged snub took place, it’s rumored that Fitzpatrick was the apparent “motherf-ker,” living rent-free in Brady’s mind two years ago. During his 2021 appearance on HBO’s The Shop, Brady explained how an unnamed team withdrew from the free agency sweepstakes to keep their services with an unnamed quarterback.
“One of the teams wasn’t interested in the end. I was like, ‘Are you staying with this motherf-ker?'” said Brady, who eventually joined the Buccaneers in March 2020.
Internet sleuths later speculated as to what the signal caller in question might have been Fitzpatrick, who played for the Dolphins. a team brady has been linked.
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