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Tom Brady Opened His House to Antonio Brown After Patriots Deal

By Gary Trock

Antonio Brown doesn't get to crash on just anybody's couch as he gets settled down in New England, because Tom Brady extended a personal invite to the star wide receiver.

Brown's agent, Drew Rosenhaus told Al Michaels the story before Sunday Night Football as the Pittsburgh Steelers prepared to face off with the New England Patriots in Foxborough.

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When Brady initially heard about the deal, he reportedly said, "I'm a thousand percent in," before announcing, "I'm a million percent in!"

Brown won't be suiting up for SNF, as he's not eligible to play yet.

His first official game as a Patriot will be next week in Miami against the Dolphins.

Brown is in New England, however, and documented his journey to the East Coast.

The NFL star has not been quiet about his departure from Oakland, and has been posting cartoons of the situation, such as himself leaning back in a Patriots jersey while it rains money all around.

His one-year deal is reportedly for $15 million, with a $9 million signing bonus.

Before Sunday's game, AB went on Instagram and told fans, "excited to get to work lets go tonight."

Many fans are pulling for Brown to have a big season after all the drama, especially OJ Simpson, who made it clear he's going to stay ride or die.

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