As the Cardinals prepare for the Patriots on Sunday, kicker Jay Feely gave Paul Calvisi more information on Tom Brady than any kind of game film would ever be able to reveal.
Calvisi asked Feely, "Do you really know Tom Brady?"
To which Feely responded, "Yeah, he was in my wedding."
Turns out the two football players roomed together for a summer during college.
"He's definitely neat. We would always argue over who was going to do the dishes, but we were the neat ones. The other four guys had a typical college room. We were not happy about that."
Feely goes on to describe Brady as a good guy that's the kind of guy you would "love to hang out with, do things with, just as good of guy can be."
Back then, nobody expected Brady to become the A-List celebrity that he is today or a top quarterback in the NFL.
"If you looked at him, you wouldn't know he was going to be the quarterback that he turned out to be. The one thing you could always see was just his magnetic personality. He had that leadership quality, so we weren't surprised when he became a starting quarterback that he galvanized the team around him."
It's hard to talk about Tom Brady without referencing his looks. Calvisi asked Feely inside the Cardinals locker room, "You weren't ever mesmerized by his eyes were you?"
"No," Feely said laughing. "Or his locks... But Wes Welker's line was probably the funniest line of all time," which was, "He said he's the toughest metro-sexual he's ever met."
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