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FOXBOROUGH — Tom Brady stressed on Thursday that he is moving on, more than a month after the criminal investigation that centered around now-former teammate Aaron Hernandez began, and he wants the rest of the Patriots to do the same.
The Patriots had Brady and the three defensive captains from last season, Jerod Mayo, Devin McCourty, and Vince Wilfork, meet with reporters in advance of the team’s first official training camp practice on Friday. The four men were asked almost exclusively about Hernandez, who has been formally charged in the death of Odin Lloyd.
Brady was not particularly open to the idea of discussing his emotions when he learned that a player he’d shared a locker room with for more than three years was involved in a murder investigation.