Tom Brady: ‘F— the 49ers!’ ‘ NFL Legend Leaves Childhood Team After Undrafted

Tom Brady was a San Francisco 49ers and Joe Montana fan growing up. 

Brady even famously attended the 1981 NFC Championship game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys as a child, witnessing Dwight Clark make "the catch" firsthand.

However, Brady no longer cares about any of it, stating on Monday on his podcast "Let's Go" that he no longer supports the team.

Brady claims he has animosity toward the company because they failed to include him in the team during his playing career. 

The 49ers selected quarterback Giovanni Carmazzi in the third round of the 2000 NFL Draft, while Brady was selected by the New England Patriots in the sixth round. Carmazzi did not participate in any NFL games.

"They ignored me six times in 2000, so fuck them and the entire crew that prevented me from entering! because I've had a grudge against you for a long time."

Regarding the 49ers, Brady stated, he no longer supports the team.

Brady was so enraged at the 49ers that he vented to Christian McCaffrey, a running back for the team, during a guest appearance on Brady's podcast.

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