Pats O-Line not revealing Brady’s gift

DALLAS — A trio of Patriots offensive linemen — C Dan Koppen, G Dan Connolly and OT Mark LeVoir — were in Dallas Thursday to accept Prilosec OTC’s Most Valuable Protector Award on behalf of the Patriots’ offensive line.

The honor was not the first for the Patriots this offseason. The Associated Press already named Bill Belichick coach of the year and Tom Brady offensive player of the year.

So the question had to be asked, what did Brady get his linemen in light of such an award-filled offseason?

“We’ll let everybody keep guessing, but he’s very generous and very fashion forward.” Koppen said.

So he got you guys Uggs, is that what you’re saying?

“You know, I already have a pair of Uggs, but that would have been welcome, too,” Koppen said.

LeVoir should have won the “Most Disinterested Lineman Award”¬†for his answer on who he thinks has the superior offensive line between the Packers and Steelers.

“To be completely honest, I hope they all play well,” LeVoir said. “As an offensive lineman, I wish them the best, but I’m probably not going to watch this game.”

Really, Mark? Really?

— Aron Angel

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