Tom Brady Hammers Domestic Abusers
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady didn’t hold back when discussing his thoughts on domestic violence.
The Super Bowl champion discussed the topic during a Monday appearance on the WEEI show “Kirk & Callahan Show.”
He said the following:
I grew up with three sisters, I was very fortunate to learn from a loving father and a loving mother how to treat and respect women. I have a daughter of my own and domestic violence is a horrible issue. It’s a tragedy when it happens. Any type of abuse or bullying of people who can’t defend or fight for themselves, I have no respect for that. Like I said, the NFL, they claim to take tough stances and this is their situation. This is their situation to deal with. I’ll let them deal with it. Like I said, I was very fortunate to grow up with sisters, a mother. I condone no part of that. That is absolutely something I would never be apart of or do. It’s a terrible tragedy.
The NFL’s handling of domestic violence is back in the news after it was revealed how New York Giants kicker Josh Brown abused his wife. (RELATED: Alarming Details Released From New York Giants Kicker’s Domestic Violence Case)
The NFL initially suspended Brown for one game, and the Giants have placed him on the commissioner’s exempt list.