People apparently forget COVID-19 exists, rip Tom Brady for not shaking Nick Foles' hand after game
Tom Brady's Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost Thursday night and he ran straight from the field to the locker room.
That's what the NFL wants from him.
That doesn't really matter on social media. Brady noted he didn't greet his Chicago Bears quarterback Nick Foles after the game. There has been a lot of news calling Brady for his lack of athleticism.
Tom Brady ran into the locker room after Thursday's game, which the NFL requires players to do. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel / Getty Images)
All at the end of a week of endless ripping of the Tennessee Titans after positive COVID-19 tests for failing to distance themselves and a picture of Patrick Mahomes, the Stephon Gilmore, cornerback of the New England Patriots, who is in The Reserve / COVID-19, Hugged List, went viral. Social distancing is still a thing in the NFL (at least before and after the games).
To those who criticize Brady for his lack of handshakes and / or his lack of a hug with Foles, the NFL has banned this and any other non-distant interaction after the games.
"No, I didn't have a chance to tell him anything," Foles said to Fox after the game. "Sure, we'll catch up at some point, but we'll try to keep our distance."
Really, it's not a big deal. But it's Brady, so people still record.
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