The New England Patriots just arrived to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. … again … only this time, they’re without the team’s biggest star Tom Brady .
Gronk, Edelman, Belichick, Bob Kraft and more were all suited up and fired up for their meeting with President Obama … a meeting they earned by winning the Super Bowl.
So why no Brady? The QB reportedly had to pass on the White House trip due to a family obligation — though, it’s unclear what that obligation is.
By the way, Brady has been to the White House for the celebratory meet-and-greet 3 times before (’02, ’04 and ’05) … but there was a different POTUS back then, George W. Bush.
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