Former Alabama quarterback and two-time national champion A.J. McCarron spoke to reporters Friday at the NFL combine in Indianapolis, and he said he would like the idea of being Brady’s backup in his first years in the NFL.
“I love the Patriots organization,” McCarron said, according to MassLive ’s Nick Underhill. “If I had the chance to go there and sit behind Brady for however long and learn from one of the best to ever play the game, that would be an awesome experience.”
Brady will turn 37 years old before the start of the 2014 season, and he’s been vocal about his desire to play as long as he can "
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