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MichaelNewtonII

2 Guards fired for taking pictures with Tom Brady

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I can't believe someone would fire a person for that but 2 guards who were formerly employed by the houston texans were fired for taking a quick snap with Tom Brady. Is it just me or is that complete bulls***?

 

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Nobody on the field is allowed near Tom Brady

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Tweet on the local Houston radio: At least someone in Houston got close to Tom Brady on Sunday.

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They're definitely guilty of poor taste in players... yes, they deserved to be fired... for taking their picture with a ginormous dickbag.

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i get it.. but who knows.. maybe tom offered

 

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