Tom Brady Says He's Touched His Centers' Butts More Than Their Wives

Dan Carson@@DrCarson73Trending Lead WriterAugust 14, 2014

Tom Brady is waiting patiently to see who will win the position battle at center for the New England Patriots this season.

Reigning starter Ryan Wendell and former right guard Dan Connolly are currently duking it out for starting honors, but it apparently doesn’t matter to Brady who ends up hunched before him in 2014.

The Boston Herald’s Jeff Howe (h/t Pro Football Talk's Darin Gantt) brings us a snippet from a recent interview with the Patriots quarterback in which he explained the special chemistry between passer and center.

Essentially, Brady told Howe that no matter who wins the starting job, he knows each of their butts well enough to identify them blindfolded.

“I’ve got confidence in those guys,” Brady told Howe. “I love both Dan and Wendy. I love those guys. They work so hard. The center-quarterback relationship is a pretty special one. I’ve got my hands on their butts probably more than their wives, so it’s a pretty unique trust and relationship you have.”

Haha. Quarterbacks touch butts. They’re professional butt-touchers.

We all get that out of our systems? Me neither.

 

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