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Tom Brady photoshops himself as a member of the Boston Bruins

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There are several NFL players who are very active on social media and like to keep us talking with some interesting posts.

From Rob Gronkowski to J.J. Watt, the NFL is filled with stars that the fans love to see due to their quirky sense of humour.

A different type of humour

While Gronk and Watt may specialise in viral videos that leave people sitting there and marvelling at their skills.


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Other players like New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady specialise in entertaining us in different ways.

Brady's Facebook page is often updated with some comical messages ahead of the Patriots upcoming matches.

From funny pictures about his upcoming opponents to some that show himself beating them before the game has even been played.

His latest however, is making fun of no-one other than... himself.

Taking a still from infamous no high fives video, Brady has photoshopped a picture of himself on the bench for the NHL's Boston bruins.

Clearly celebrating the start of the NHL season, Brady has taken the last few days off his bye week as an opportunity to have a bit of fun.

The post led to some fairly interesting comments and has been shared more than 7,000 times right now.

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