Tom Brady Gets in on the Jimmy Kimmel and Matt Damon Feud

The QB also talked about why he's willing to take less money from the Patriots

Jimmy Kimmel and Tom Brady at "Jimmy Kimmel Live." (RB/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)
Jimmy Kimmel and Tom Brady at "Jimmy Kimmel Live." (RB/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)
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During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Tom Brady added some fuel to the fire in the ongoing feud between Kimmel and Matt Damon.

In a segment that aired on the show, the New England Patriots quarterback Kimmel and Guillermo the Security Guard went to a house that supposedly belonged to Damon.

Then Brady did what he usually does to opposing defenses with a football to one of the home’s windows: he smashed it.

Afterward, he tossed even more shade Damon’s way.

Besides a little vandalism, Brady also talked about why he’s consistently willing to take less money to keep playing for the Patriots.

“I think the thing I’ve always felt for me in my life, winning has been a priority,” Brady said. “And my wife [model Gisele Bundchen] makes a lot of money. I’m a little smarter than you think. Actually, it’s a salary cap. You can only spend so much and the more that one guy gets is less for others. And for a competitive advantage standpoint, I like to get a lot of good players around me.”

Here’s more of Brady with Kimmel.

Brady and the Patriots will begin the defense of their Super Bowl title on Sunday Night Football against the Pittsburgh Steelers on September 8.

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