Tom Brady recites Hamlet on Late Show With Stephen Colbert

Lucy Burdge
February 01, 2019 - 9:33 am

Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski, Julian Edelman and the McCourty twins represented the Patriots on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Thursday night and they had some silly answers to the tough questions.

When Brady was asked what he plans to do after retiring he said he will explore his other talents.

"After football, I'm going to play baseball," Brady said. "And after baseball, I'm going to play Hamlet."

He then whipped out a skull and recited some Shakespeare.

When Edelman was asked how much he can bench, he answered as if the question meant how many birds he can feed while sitting on a park bench. Gronkowski said the only endorsement he ever turned down was “Endicott’s Puppy Meth: when you want to give meth to your puppy.” And Jason and Devin McCourty said the toughest part of their job was “trying to figure out which end of the football is the front, and which is the back.”

The whole thing wasn’t really that funny but the best part was Brady’s British accent, which could use some work.