Tom Brady Will Spend His 4-Game Suspension Working Out With Randy Moss and Wes Welker

Tom Brady is rounding up two former NFL teammates to train with him during his four-game suspension.

Tom Brady was suspended for the first four games of the 2016 NFL season for referring to a Patriots ballboy as "the deflator" in a series of text messages (just kidding!), but he just can't neglect his GQ physique. During his brief time off, Brady won't be playing with puppies or modeling the latest turtleneck made of unicorn fur. Instead, he'll be putting in work with two of the best teammates he ever had.

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Former New England Patriots running back Kevin Faulk told NESN that Brady was planning to round up Wes Welker and Randy Moss, two former teammates who played for the 2007 Patriots team that almost went undefeated and shattered a myriad of offensive records.

"He's definitely going to work," Faulk said. "There's no doubt in my mind. He's probably going to do the same regimen he's been doing for the last how many years he's been playing football, stay in that routine, and, yes, I'm almost positive Wes Welker is going to be here. He probably will reach out to Randy [Moss], and Randy will come because Randy's in still good shape. Real good shape."

In the meantime, Brady has silently gone about his business through the first few days of training camp, biding his time until his return in Week 5, when he will throw for 700 yards and 11 touchdowns against the Cleveland Browns.

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