/Tom Brady jabs Aaron Rodgers before golf match: ‘He’s unhappy with his boss and has no options’
Tom Brady jabs Aaron Rodgers before golf match: 'He’s unhappy with his boss and has no options'

Tom Brady jabs Aaron Rodgers before golf match: ‘He’s unhappy with his boss and has no options’


Tom Brady jabs Aaron Rodgers before golf match: 'He’s unhappy with his boss and has no options'

By Ryan Gaydos | Fox News

The Match’ is set to take place Tuesday evening with Brady and Phil Mickelson playing Rodgers and Bryson DeChambeau.
Tom Brady took a dig at Aaron Rodgers’ drama with the Green Bay Packers in a quick quiz game hours before the two battle on the golf course.
One of the clues in the “Jeopardy!”-style game said: “He is an NBA owner, a self-taught guitarist and has guest-starred in both ‘The Office’ and ‘Game of Thrones.’”
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers star responded with a clue of his own.
“He’s unhappy with his boss and has no options … who is Aaron Rodgers?” Brady said.
Technically, Brady was correct. Rodgers is part owner of the Milwaukee Bucks and has appeared in those TV shows.
Rodgers made one clarification, though.
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“That’s a projection, Tom. I’ve never said I’m unhappy with my boss.”
Brady and Phil Mickelson will go up against Rodgers and Bryson DeChambeau. Brady and Rodgers have been trash-talking each other since the “The Match” was announced.
Rodgers recently offered hilarious commentary on Brady’s putting from last year’s event and Brady has shown his competitors he’s been working on his putting.
Brady also posted several memes mocking DeChambeau and Rodgers — even taking a shot at the Green Bay Packers’ disastrous decision to kick a field goal in the NFC Championship game on fourth down.
The event takes place at Moonlight Basin in Big Sky, Mont. Brady and Mickelson will be looking to redeem themselves after previously losing to Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning in a charity match last May.
Fox News’ Paulina Dedaj contributed to this report.
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