Tom E. Curran: Tom Brady's approach this season is 'I just work here'

Tom E. Curran: Tom Brady's approach this season is 'I just work here'

Is Tom Brady nothing more than just New England Patriots' employee No. 12?

That's the approach he's taken this season, in the view of NBC Sports Boston Patriots Insider Tom E. Curran, who explained what could be behind the six-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback's answer to Jim Gray in a Westwood One interview when Brady was asked if he was opposed to the team releasing controversial receiver Antonio Brown.

"Regardless of all the things that had happened in Antonio Brown's past, he was excited to play football with him," Curran said on Arbella Early Edition. "...when he got Antonio Brown, his football life was going to become a lot easier."

Curran said the attitude of "I just work here, don't ask me," goes back to the negotiations for Brady's new contract this summer, under which Brady can become a free agent after this season. 

Watch the above the video for Curran's complete explanation and listen to Curran's Patriots Talk Podcast, where the Brown and Brady discussion begins at the 55-second mark.

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Pro Pets: Celtics assistant coach Scott Morrison and his dog Moses

Pro Pets: Celtics assistant coach Scott Morrison and his dog Moses

Ever since Scott Morrison was the head coach at Lakehead University in Ontario, Canada he's had his dog Moses with him. 

Morrison experienced multiple losing seasons in a row, but once Moses came along, Lakehead became one of the best programs in Canada. 

In this exclusive NBC Sports Boston video, Morrison, a Celtics assistant, talks about his dog Moses watches film with him and gets mesmerized by the actions his dad's team runs. 

Additionally, Morrison opens up about Moses' preferred ways to walk, how well he gets along with other dogs and how he "butters up" Morrison's wife when she's mad at him. 

To learn more about Morrison and Moses, check out the Pro Pets page on NBC Sports Boston.  

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Pro Pets: Tom Curran and his dog, Bo Curran

Pro Pets: Tom Curran and his dog, Bo Curran

Tom E. Curran hadn't had a dog in a while before his family decided to adopt Bo Curran. And since Bo joined Curran's family, he has been "a perfect little house pet" thanks to his relaxed attitude.

In an exclusive NBC Sports video, the NBC Sports Boston Patriots Insider opened up about the story of why he got Bo. Curran also explained how Bo has become somewhat of a celebrity thanks to some of the Twitter videos that Curran created featuring Bo's reaction (or lack thereof) to important sports news and events.

Additionally, Curran discussed some of Bo's habits including where he likes to sit, how he greets people when he sees them, and his overall personality. There's also some bonus footage of what Bo sometimes does when he thinks he's home alone.

To learn more about Curran and Bo, check out the Pro Pets page on NBC Sports Boston

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