• Tom Brady has made a revealing appearance on HBO's "The Shop"
  • Brady refers to one of his fellow NFL quarterbacks as "m-----f-----" 
  • One star quarterback reacts to the seven-time Super Bowl winner's comment

A star quarterback has made a straightforward response to Tom Brady’s recent dig at one of the NFL teams that turned him down.

Brady’s late June appearance on HBO’s “The Shop” has got the American football world blown away.

Not only did the seven-time Super Bowl winner drop a shocking hint at his future, but he also hit out at a fellow quarterback.

According to Brady, one NFL team refused to sign him when he decided to leave the New England Patriots in 2019.

He didn’t appreciate it at the time and was flummoxed by the idea of the said team sticking to its quarterback whom he described as a “m-----f-----.”

“There’s one story in free agency, one of the teams, they weren’t interested at the very end,” Brady recalled. “I was sittin’ there thinking, ‘You’re sticking with that m-----f-----? Are you serious?”

“Looking back, I’m thinking ‘There’s no f------ way I would’ve gone to that team,” he continued. “They said they didn’t want me! I know what that means! I know what that feels like! And I’m going to f— you up because of that.”

It didn’t take long before speculations linked Brady’s bold comment to the Las Vegas Raiders and their star quarterback Derek Carr.

Derek Carr Oakland Raiders
Derek Carr of the Oakland Raiders runs back to his bench in the second half at Nissan Stadium on Sept. 10, 2017 In Nashville. Getty Images

In a recent talk with “Brother From Another,” Carr revealed that he was told by “a good source” that Brady wasn’t referring to him.

Regardless of the truth, the three-time Pro Bowl still put Brady in check.

“From what I know, it wasn’t me, which is good,” Carr said. “If it was, I’ve gotten in enough trouble trying to challenge people to fights. But, as a man, Tom [Brady], I know you got the rings, but if it’s not me then we’re good. What I heard, it wasn’t me, and so I’m good with that.”

It can be recalled that during that year, Brady eventually signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and led the team to a sensational Super Bowl championship this past February.

Now with his seventh Super Bowl ring, the 43-year-old is now playing his 22nd NFL season.

Apart from his free agency revelation, Brady also teased at the possibility of finally calling it a career sooner rather than later.

"It's coming to the end," Brady bared. "So much of it for me is about having perspective. After a while you go, what happened? There were times when I was young and really enjoyed the moments of sports."