Super Bowl 50

Tom Brady Set To Forgive America; Reportedly Will Attend Super Bowl 50

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, the game's MVP, faces a throng of reporters and photographers on the field after his team's Super Bowl XLIX victory.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, the game’s MVP, faces a throng of reporters and photographers on the field after his team’s Super Bowl XLIX victory over the Seattle Seahawks, at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., Feb. 1, 2015. (Doug Mills/The New York Times)

Once again, Tom Brady – America’s Captain and Taste Maker – has decided to forgive many Americans (for the moment) who labeled him a cheater.

And by Americans I mean Roger Goodell and some of the haters out there.

Brady will be in attendance for a special pregame ceremony on Sunday saluting Super Bowl MVPs.

According to Ben Volin of the Boston Globe, Brady’s presence will mean 40 of 49 Super Bowl MVPs (including Joe Montana) will be honored during the ceremony.

The appearance of the three-time Super Bowl MVP appears to be somewhat of a surprise considering how he has been treated by The Shield over the past year.

Earlier this week, former teammate Willie McGinest told NFL Network colleague Rich Eisen said he didn’t expect Brady to show due to New England’s loss in the AFC title game and perhaps some lingering discord over the ongoing Deflategate mess.

This and meeting Ric Flair on Wednesday confirms once again that Brady is indeed the greatest living American.

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