'LET'S GO': Tom Brady Posts Final Hype Video Ahead of Super Bowl - NECN
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'LET'S GO': Tom Brady Posts Final Hype Video Ahead of Super Bowl

Brady called on several Patriots legends to narrate the video, sharing one final message ahead of Super Bowl LIII

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    Tom Brady has shared one final message before the New England Patriots play in the last game of the season.

    "Still here. Never left," Brady captioned the video.

    The Pats QB, who has been getting fans fired up all postseason in the lead up to games, posted a final hype video to Instagram Sunday morning, hours before Super Bowl LIII against the Los Angeles Rams in Atlanta.

    Brady called on several Patriots legends, including Willie McGinest, Tedy Bruschi, Ty Law, Kevin Faulk and Lawyer Milloy, to help narrate the video, which is set to "I Can't Hear You" by composer Rupert Gregson-Williams.

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    Still Here. Never Left.

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    The group took turns reading lines to compose the following message:

    “The bonds between us, the belief in something larger than yourself, makes a city, a team, a dream, grow. It’s never about one person, one play, one game. Win or lose, we do it together. When you put on your uniform, you carry much more than the name on your back and the name on your front. You play for each other, for those who came before you, and for those who will come after you. When you put on your uniform, you carry the heartbeat of a city, a team, a dream, that will live, forever.”

    Brady closed the video, shouting, "Let's go!"

    The Super Bowl kicks off at 6:30 p.m.

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