Tom Brady still didn't shake Nick Foles' hand after the Bears beat the Buccaneers

Tom Brady will NOT shake the hand of Nick Foles, which originally appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia
The teams were different, the jerseys were different, the circumstances were very different, but Tom Brady still wasn't going to shake hands with Nick Foles.
Brady, who was widely criticized after running off the field at US Bank Stadium without shaking Foles' hand after the Eagles beat the Patriots in Super Bowl LII, did so again on Thursday night after Foles hit the bear Brady's privateers at Soldier Field.
Spectators who watched the bears defeat the Bucs between 20 and 19 saw Brady as the game ended and went straight to the tunnel on the northeast corner of Soldier Field that led to the locker room without even looking into the middle of the field See where Foles was Exchange courtesies with other members of the Bear and look around, possibly looking for his counterpart on the Bucs.
The win was Foles' first as the Bears starting quarterback and his first victory as the starting quarterback since defeating the Bears in a 2018 wildcard game on the same field.
The Bears took victory when Brady incompletely threw in 4th and 6th, 38 seconds ahead when he thought it was third behind.
Foles was Super Bowl MVP in 2017 when the Eagles defeated the Patriots 41-33, and Brady's decision to go straight to the Patriots locker room that night was seen by the greatest quarterback to ever play the Folriots as a lack of Class and athleticism compared to Foles regarded game.
They finally greeted each other the next summer after the Eagles and Patriots met in a preseason game in Foxboro, Massachusetts, but it didn't change the fact that Brady berated him after outdid him on the biggest stage in the sport.
"That was never my intention," said Brady after this preseason game. "I wouldn't be a bad sport."
But he was. And he was back on Thursday evening.

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