Domonique Foxworth fires back at Tom Brady’s comments about defensive players 👀 | KJM

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Domonique Foxworth fires back at Tom Brady’s comments about defensive players 👀 | KJM

Domonique Foxworth, Keyshawn, JWill & Max react to Tom Brady’s recent comments on defensive players, saying “Defense is kind of like a dog chasing a car – just get the guy with the ball.”

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