Tom Brady will always be welcome in Foxborough! – Stephen A. sounds off on Byron Cowart | First Take

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Tom Brady will always be welcome in Foxborough! – Stephen A. sounds off on Byron Cowart | First Take

Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman react to New England Patriots defensive tackle Byron Cowart’s comments about not giving Tom Brady a warm welcome in his Week 4 return to Gillette Stadium.

0:00 Stephen A. Smith is flabbergasted by Byron Cowart’s assurance that Tom Brady won’t be welcomed in Foxborough.

3:30 Max Kellerman can’t help but laugh at Cowart’s claims about Brady’s return.

4:30 Stephen A. and Max joke about how Brady might make Cowart pay for his comments.

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