Brady, who reportedly supported Trump during the election, said he disagreed with the president after the country's leader said: 'Wouldn't you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, to say, 'Get that son of a b***h off the field right now. I thought it was just divisive.'Like I said, I just want to support my teammates. 'Some of my great friends are from Florida, Virginia, New York, Montana, Colorado, Texas.'The one thing about football is it brings so many guys together — guys you would never have the opportunity to be around.'Whether it was in college, and all the way into the pros. That is what makes us all special.' Brady (above after the game on Sunday) said: 'You don't have to agree with everything.
'I think everyone has the right to do whatever they want to do. 'You can voice your disagreement, I think that is great. I have so much respect for my teammates and what we're trying to accomplish' Brady posted this picture of himself with running back James White in an apparent show of support for his 20 teammates who knelt during the national anthem before Sunday's game.White knelt while Brady remained standing The father-of-three quarterback reiterated the comments he said after the game about why he linked arms with his teammate Phillip Dorsett and others. 'There's no - we love doing that and I love being out there being out there playing with my teammates. That's kind of how I felt.'The five-time Super Bowl winner added: 'Hopefully it brings everyone together.After linking arms with his teammates during the national anthem to show unity prior to Sunday's football game, Tom Brady is now weighing in on the pointed comments President Donald Trump said towards the NFL about players protesting.The New England Patriots star said he thought Trump's comments were 'divisive' while speaking Monday morning on Kirk & Callahan. He's fired'.'Brady said: 'Yeah, I certainly disagree with what he said. I believe in bringing people together and respect and love and trust.' After linking arms with his teammates during the national anthem to show unity prior to Sunday's football game, Tom Brady (above #12) is now weighing in on the pointed comments President Donald Trump said towards the NFL about players protesting The 40-year-old Super Bowl champion added: 'Those are the values that my parents instilled in me. 'I have been blessed to be in locker rooms with guys all over the United States over the course of my career.