Wednesday’s Mashup: Twitter swoons over Tom Brady’s photos from Men’s Health shoot in Bahamas

Lucy Burdge
August 06, 2019 - 5:30 pm

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-- Tom Brady’s Men’s Health cover story was released on Tuesday and it comes with an impressive photoshoot. 

Brady tweeted out some of the photos from the shoot and Twitter collectively melted over them. 

Brady also posted the cover photo to his Instagram. 

The way I train has evolved so much over my 20 years in the NFL, and it’s showed me that anyone can continue to get better. Recently I got to talk with @menshealthmag about wellness, longevity, and everything our team at @tb12sports is doing to help others achieve peak performance. I’m excited to share it with all of you, along with a couple shots from one of my favorite weeks of the year in the Bahamas! Click the link in my bio for the full story!

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-- Ryen Russillo announced on Monday he is leaving ESPN to join Bill Simmons and The Ringer. 

After 14 years with the Worldwide Leader, Russillo signed a multi-year deal to work exclusively for The Ringer and contribute to Simmons’ podcast. 

“I grew up on @SportsCenter and then to be on the actual set, my name on a show…have to remind myself at times how cool that is. Excited to try and limit Celts talk to 30mins w/ @BillSimmons,” Russillo tweeted. 

Bill Simmons also tweeted out an announcement about the move. 

QUOTE OF THE DAY: "I have a long, great history with Jerod. He's like a son to me. I'm just excited for him and his family. I know he's working really hard. He's extremely smart. He was a great player when I had him and I know he's going to be a great coach." -- Matt Patricia, on Jerod Mayo