After a frustrating end to the first possession of the game, tensions flared on the sideline after the Patriots were forced to settle for a field goal.
Offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels appeared to say something to Brady as he walked off the field. Brady continued walking and then turned around and let loose on Josh McDaniels.
This is the second major sideline interaction between a coordinator and Brady. In 2011, he had a much more intense exchange with current Texans head coach Bill O'Brien.
It appeared that tempers cooled down within a minute or two, Brady and McDaniels were working together on the sidelines shortly after.
Hours after it was announced the Dolphins would discipline players for protesting the National Anthem, the NFL and NFLPA issued a joint statement regarding the anthem policy.
In the statement, the two sides say they are "working on a resolution to the anthem issue" but "no new rules relating to the anthem will be issued or enforced for the next several weeks while these confidential discussions are ongoing."
The players' association filed a grievance against the league last week for the anthem policy.
Read the entire statement below:
James Harrison didn't spend much time as a member of the Patriots, but during his brief tenure in New England he became a fan of Tom Brady.
Harrison, who spent 14 years with the Steelers before joining the Pats at the end of the 2017 season, talked about Brady on FOX Sports' "Undisputed." The five-time Pro Bowler admitted he wanted to hate Brady, but the Patriots QB was "the ultimate teammate and person."
"I wanted to hate this dude," Harrison said. "The whole time I'm playing in Pittsburgh I'm like, I hate Brady. Everyone's like 'oh he's such a great guy, he's such a nice guy.' We got LeGarrette [Blount] and I'm like 'what's up with Tom Brady?' He's like 'oh man he's such a great guy' and I'm like "stop lying to me."
Harrison, Skip Bayless, and Shannon Sharpe went on to talk about the TB12 Method and why Brady was so successful vs the Steelers.
Watch the full video below: