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Thursday, December 1, 2022

Jennifer Aniston likes a photo that says people don’t care about fans sharing their Spotify Wrapped featuring Taylor Swift with message: 'We don't care that you listened to 82,450 minutes of Taylor Swift'

Jennifer Aniston has liked a photo that says people don’t care about fans sharing their #SpotifyWrapped featuring Taylor Swift.

The placard reads:  We don't care that you listened to 82,450 minutes of Taylor Swift."

In another news, Source - [M]aybe hold onto your phone with two hands for this one — don’t ever write off the Patriots.

Brady and Bill Belichick still have an abundance of respect for one another. They’ve made points to say it publicly on multiple occasions since the QB departed for Tampa. They also spent 23 minutes together in the visiting locker room at Gillette Stadium following Brady’s return in 2021 — an appointment they set up prior to the game.

The Patriots are slated to have more than $50 million in cap space in 2023, so they can again address their flaws, this time on the heels of a couple impressive draft classes.

The issues? Not the egos. Not the pride.

For Brady, he’d have to know the offense is in capable hands. … Sure, Brady would return to run his offense, but he can’t also coordinate it.

For the Patriots, they should want clarity on Brady’s future. Is he going year to year? Do they need to fully guarantee a second season, something Belichick wouldn’t do before Brady walked in 2020?

Realistically, the Patriots wouldn’t even need to trade Mac Jones, whose rookie contract runs through 2024 plus the fifth-year option in 2025. While they certainly could — and as is the case with many starting quarterbacks, they’d start the trade conversations with the hopes of recouping a first-round pick — there’d be loads of value in Jones learning from Brady.

Maybe it’s a long shot. There might be better situations for Brady. But just when you think you’ve got Belichick figured out, he does something no one sees coming.

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