Tom Brady and Aaron Judge meet up before Bucs game




 

There was a lot of power at Raymond James Stadium on Monday and it had nothing to do with the New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Prior to the NFC South game, free-agent slugger and American League home run king Aaron Judge came face-to-face with The GOAT, Tom Brady.

Judge was repping a Mike Evans jersey.

They both have Northern California roots.

Wonder if Brady told the slugger about his days as a baseball player?

Remember, Brady was drafted by the Montreal Expos after making a strong impression on the diamond in high school.

Or if Judge told him about a high school football year in California that saw him set school records for single-season receiving yards (969) and touchdown receptions (17).

 

Story originally appeared on Touchdown Wire

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