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Possible change in role? Alex Guerrero reportedly has been at Gillette Stadium on daily basis

Ryan Hannable
July 28, 2018 - 1:31 pm

FOXBORO -- Could Alex Guerrero's privileges been tweaked?

According to NFL Media's James Palmer and Ian Rapoport, Guerrero, Tom Brady's personal trainer, has been seen at Gillette Stadium on a daily basis, perhaps a sign things have changed from last season. Guerrero was reportedly banned from the facility by Bill Belichick and could no longer travel with the team to away games or stand on the sidelines.

Multiple Patriots players work with him, but he's not an official team employee. He works out of TB12 Sports Therapy Center, which is steps from the Patriots locker room at Patriot Place.

Brady ended his media availability abruptly on Saturday following a question about Guerrero and some connecting him to Julian Edelman following his suspension for using a banned substance.

"I have no comment, that is just ridiculous," he said. "I'm out."

Edelman was also asked about him.

“You know, what’s in the past is in the past," he said. "I love Alex and ultimately I am worried about just going out here and playing football. I am not here to talk about and make a headline on something. I am just here playing football, buddy.”

There could potentially be some clarity on his status in the coming weeks as the team likely does not want this to be a thing all season.

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