It's no secret that the F-word is New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's go-to word when he is frustrated during games. As a result of the quarterback getting caught on camera yelling the F-bomb multiple times this year, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has received several complaints.
Update from Wednesday, Dec. 17
Fans aren't the only ones who were upset by Brady's cursing. As it turns out, New York Jets coach Rex Ryan was "offended" by seeing the Patriots quarterback dropping F-bombs during games.
The Jets and the Patriots play this weekend, which meant the coach has had to watch some film on Brady. That's what led Ryan to joke about being offended by the foul language, per the New York Post's Brian Costello:
Of course, Ryan is no stranger to using foul language. In fact, Ryan was fined earlier this season for shouting obscenities at an opposing team at the end of a game.
[h/t Fox Sports]
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The complaints, however, weren't focused on Brady. They were more about the fact that the networks continued to show the quarterback while he was letting off steam.
The Smoking Gun was able to get hold of three complaints that have been filed to the FCC recently.
At least these fans understand that athletes get caught up in the heat of the moment. However, these viewers do have an issue with the networks continuing to show the athletes yelling obscenities.
Do you have a problem with networks showing players who are shouting profanities?
[h/t Next Impulse Sports]