Not long after a moving truck was seen leaving Tom Brady’s Massachusetts home, New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman had one message for the beloved longtime quarterback: “Baby come back.”
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Edelman, 33, shared a photograph of himself – his face superimposed onto John Cusack’s body from the 1989 movie “Say Anything” – to his 1.4 million Twitter followers and 2.7 million Instagram fans. He tagged 42-year-old Brady, a longtime teammate and friend, in each post.
The famous film scene shows Cusack holding a boom box over his head as Peter Gabriel’s “In Your Eyes” blasts.
The pair have played together for nine years so far, during which time the team won three Super Bowls – 2015, 2017 and 2019.
The outlet also reported that the longtime Patriots quarterback, who is a free agent, and Bündchen, were looking at schools for their three young children in Nashville, Tennessee.
Brady initially fueled speculation he would be retiring with an ominous-looking social media post. But he largely quashed those fears during Sunday’s Super Bowl ad for Hulu, in which he promotes the streaming service and adds: "Me? I'm not going anywhere."
He, Bündchen and their kids have lived in their $33.9 million mansion on a sprawling 5.2 acres of property since 2013, the Boston Herald previously reported. The home boasts five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a spa, a farm-style guest cottage and a movie theater, according to the Herald.
The family is said to be spending their time in Connecticut and New York as the public anxiously awaits news of Brady’s next move.