ATLANTA — Seventeen years later, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is still getting a little help from the cast of Super Bowl XXXVI.
Willie McGinest, Tedy Bruschi, Ty Law, Kevin Faulk, Troy Brown, and Lawyer Milloy — all of whom were on the team for the first Patriots-Rams Super Bowl in 2002 — assisted Brady for his final hype video of the postseason that dropped Sunday. Set to “I Can’t Hear You” by British composer Rupert Gregson-Williams, the one-minute clip splices together scenes from previous seasons with those from this year. Together, the group alternated reading lines from the following message:
“The bonds between us, the belief in something larger than yourself makes a city, a team, a dream grow. It’s never about one person, one play, one game. Win or lose, we do it together. When you put on your uniform, you carry much more than the name on your back and the name on your front. You play for each other, for those who came before you and those who will come after you. When you put on your uniform, you carry the heartbeat of a city, a team, a dream that will live forever.”
The video closed with Brady shouting his favorite catchphrase, “Let’s go!”