Tom Brady Gave Mike Vrabel a Trophy With Last Year's Titans-Patriots Final Score

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Tom Brady: greatest quarterback of all time, nutritionist, and... troll? Ever since the New England Patriots legend joined Twitter, the 42-year-old quarterback has been fully of witty comments.

The Pats are paired up with the Tennessee Titans in joint practices ahead of their preseason meeting, and Brady's gotten a chance to showcase his fun side by chirping at his former teammate, Titans head coach Mike Vrabel.

He kept up the laughs on Thursday by giving Vrabel a trophy commemorating the Titans regular season victory over New England last season.

Of course, this is a light-hearted jab, given that the Patriots ultimately beat Tennessee in the playoffs en route to the franchise's sixth Lombardi Trophy.

Vrabel initiated the back-and-forth on Wednesday when he poked fun at Brady for walking onto the field instead of running.

The pair played alongside one another in New England from 2001-2008, and it's funny to see the former teammates goofing off more than 10 years later. It's pretty crazy to think that Vrabel, who is only two years Brady's elder, hung up the boots nine years ago, while TB12 continues to dominate.