Boston Herald Apologizes For Fake Story About Tom Brady

Boston Herald Apologizes For Fake Story About Tom Brady

Boston Herald Apologizes For Fake Story About Tom Brady

The Boston Herald is "looking into" a hoax report by columnist Ron Borges involving New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady holding out for a new contract, sports editor Sean Leahy told Pro Football Talk on Friday.

Garoppolo became the NFL's highest-paid player by signing a five-year contract reportedly worth $137.5 million, so it's fair to wonder how Brady feels about his former backup landing so much money, especially with TB12 taking below-market contract offers in recent years. The story's legitimacy was called into question, however, after a WEEI caller said Friday morning he had been texting Borges posing as Brady and Garoppolo's agent, Don Yee.

This is not the first time Borges has been handed down a suspension from a Boston-based publication.

Boston Herald Apologizes For Fake Story About Tom Brady

The article was quickly debunked by others on the Patriots beat Thursday evening, and on Friday morning, it was revealed that it was not Yee that Borges was in communication with, but a WEEI caller playing a prank on him. Well, it's all amusing but here's the funnier part: He tried to call me three times and I just didn't answer. "But I called him and I was just like, 'Hey, Ronnie, it's Don'". Many reports said that $74 million of that is guaranteed. The website also accused Borges of "copying and pasting" their work in the past without giving proper citation.

Tom E. Curran of NBC Sports Boston's reported that Brady's reported demand is inaccurate.

Borges has a history of plagiarism, and was sacked from the Boston Globe a decade ago.

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