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Nick Wright isn’t surprised to learn of Belichick’s treatment of Brady: ‘But it is shocking’ I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Nick Wright shares his thoughts on the latest details released from the upcoming book ‘It’s Better To Be Feared’ from ESPN senior writer Seth Wickersham. Wickersham writes that Bill Belichick wouldn’t meet Tom Brady face-to-face before the quarterback’s exit from the New England Patriots, opting for a phone call that TB12 said was “telling” of state of their relationship. Nick explains why this behavior from Belichick isn’t surprising, but shocking, and that the Patriots head coach could have learned from one of his mentors Bill Parcells’ treatment of New York Giants’ great, Lawrence Taylor.

AN HOUR AGO・First Things First・2:07

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Shannon Sharpe: I’m surprised Patrick Mahomes is No. 1 on NFL’s Top 100 List; Aaron Rodgers had a better season I UNDISPUTED

NFL Network released the final ten players of their Top 100 list over the weekend and Patrick Mahomes took the top spot for the first time in his young career. The 25-year-old led the Kansas City Chiefs to its second straight Super Bowl appearance. Meanwhile, Tom Brady, whose Tampa Bay Bucs beat the Chiefs in Super Bowl 55, came in at No. 7 on the list. Shannon Sharpe explains why Mahomes ranked No. 1 ‘is surprising and thought Aaron Rodgers would take the top spot.’

26 MINUTES AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・1:27

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Chris Broussard: I might be surprised if USA Basketball wins gold rather than lose it I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Team USA Basketball played their Olympics opener against France yesterday. The exhibition losses carried over as they failed to beat the French national team in a stunning 83-76 loss. It’s their first loss since 2004. The French finished on a 16-2 run while the U.S. missed their final nine shots. Chris Broussard explains why he ‘won’t write off Team USA with their talent, but will be shocked if they win gold rather than lose it.’

AN HOUR AGO・First Things First・2:21

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Skip Bayless: I wouldn’t be surprised if Tom Brady wins MVP at age 44 I UNDISPUTED

Tom Brady is set to turn 44 years old in 2 weeks, right as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be getting underway with training camp to defend their Super Bowl title. But Brady doesn’t see himself slowing down anytime soon. After publicly saying he wants to play until he’s 45 years old, now TB12 has opened the door to playing to 46 or even past that point, telling Jim Gray in an interview quote ‘It’s more about, ‘Am I at championship level as a quarterback?’ And if I am, I’m gonna play and I’m gonna compete, because I love it.’ Hear whether Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe believe Brady can play in the NFL at age 46.

2 HOURS AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・4:23

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