Antonio Brown's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, told NBC Sports' Al Michaels that Brady is helping AB adjust to Foxboro by offering to let the wide receiver stay at his house.
"Brady told Brown to 'come move in with me until you get settled into New England,'" Michaels said prior to the Patriots' season opener against Brown's former team, the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Michaels also recapped the conversation in which New England owner Robert Kraft first presented Brady with the idea of AB joining the team. Per Michaels, Brady initially responded by saying he's "100 percent in." Two minutes later, Tom came back and told Kraft he's "a thousand percent in." Then, another two minutes passed before Brady revised his statement and told Kraft that he's now "a million percent in" on the move.
Despite being cemented as one of the greatest players to ever touch a football, Brady is hungry to add ring number seven to his collection. As witnessed by their 30 point win over the Steelers, the Patriots were already prepared to make this run. But with the addition of Brown to their roster—who will be eligible to play next week against the troubled Miami Dolphins—only increases to their chances of repeating as champions. And although his antics were not aligned with the motives of the Oakland Raiders, Drew Rosenhaus claims his client and New England have the same goals.
"He wants to have a great season. He wants to win a Super Bowl," Rosenhaus told ESPN. "He looks this as a great opportunity for him to sign with a team that has dominated the league for the past decade... This is a chance for Antonio to do something that he hasn't been able to do during his illustrious career, which is to win a championship. That's the immediate goal, and that's all he's thinking about right now."