KYLE HIGHTOWER AP Sports Writer For two decades, Tom Brady was the face of the Patriots, and even of the NFL. When he turns 43 in August, his home address no longer will be in New England. The six-time Super Bowl champion plans to keep playing. But the centerpiece of the Patriots' dynasty, the most successful quarterback in league history, says he is leaving the only pro team he has ever known. Brady posted Tuesday on social media "my football journey will take place elsewhere." The comments were the first to indicate the Patriots icon would leave New England. Statements later by team owner Robert Kraft and coach Bill Belichick made it clear that Brady's remarkable stint there is over. In a two-part message, Brady thanked the Patriots and the fans and said "FOREVER A PATRIOT." "I d
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