Sport: Julian Edelman issues response to Tom Brady’s cryptic photo

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Tom Brady may not have been dropping a hint about his playing future when he posted a cryptic photo on social media Thursday, but Julian Edelman seems to be playing along after the picture sent New England Patriots fans into a collective panic.

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Edelman shared a funny meme on his Instagram story on Friday and tagged Brady in it. It was a reference to one of the famous scene from the movie “Say Anything…” and was clearly Edelman’s way of begging Brady not to break up with him.

That isn’t going to make Patriots fans feel any better, though Edelman could very well be trolling.

The photo Brady posted showed him walking out of the tunnel inside a stadium, presumably Gillette Stadium. His back is turned to the camera and the photo is in black and white, which gave it a somewhat ominous feel. Some Patriots fans believe it was Brady’s way of hinting that he is leaving the team this offseason, though one report claims the post had nothing to do with Brady’s playing future.

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