Irish American Patriots quarterback Tom Brady made his weekly appearance on the Dennis & Callahan sports show on Monday morning and talked about HBO's 'Hard Knocks' training camp documentary about the Jets.
But Brady, who isn't a fan, said: 'Honestly, I haven't turned it on. I hate the Jets, so I refuse to support that show. I'm sure it's great TV. I'm glad people are liking it. But that's just something that I have no interest in watching. I'd love to say a lot of mean things, but I'd rather not do that, either.'
Asked if Patriots coach Bill Belichick would ever allow the 'Hard Knocks' cameras into the Patriots camp, Brady said only if the coach was headed toward retirement.
'That would be tough,' Brady replied. 'It may have to be his final season of coaching. If you ever hear that he's allowed that to happen, I wouldn't think there'd be another year after that. He hasn't told me. Believe me, I have no inside information on that. But I think coach Belichick has worked pretty hard over the years to run his practices the right way, his meetings the right way, and I don't think he really wants to give that information away.'
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