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Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports
Former LSU running back Leonard Fournette signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last week means he will be joining forces with future Hall Of Fame quarterback Tom Brady.

On Monday, Fournette spoke to media and threw some shade at his former quarterbacks while discussing what it's going to be like playing with Brady.

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The more this guy talks, the more I can't stand him to be honest. He couldn't tough out at least maybe 100 yards in 2 games against Alabama when we needed him most? Frick him.
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It’d be nice if he would have showed up against Alabama during his career at LSU. What’d he get like 31 yards?
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Think before you speak. What good can come out of him saying this? I follow him on twitter and love all his positive messages but he is ignorant saying what he said. Live and learn I guess.
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When you consider he is comparing them to Tom Brady.....
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Facts!!!
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Leonard, you do know Brady is almost ready for social security?
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It may be true, but sometimes things are better left unsaid. No one forced him to act like an arse in Jacksonville, that’s on him.
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How did BUGA become so unlikable in 5 years?
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His brother was his QB in HS
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Harsh, but true. He has a chance to make a statement now that he won't be facing 8 man boxes all the time. And as long as the offense as a whole moves the ball, it just produces more opportunities for carries, TDs and overall success for everyone. Hope he takes advantage, or his future is going to look pretty bleak
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Harris is his buddy, but it is what it is, and what he said is the truth
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Harris was terrible. I mean the dude transferred to UNC and was put on the bench by a true freshman after 4 games.
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