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James Harrison’s interesting theory on Tom Brady’s relationship with Bill Belichick

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Pittsburgh Steelers legend James Harrison joined the Patriots last December to make one last run at a Super Bowl before retiring, and he arrived in New England "looking" to witness the rumored dysfunction between quarterback Tom Brady and coach Bill Belichick.

Just a few days after Harrison signed with the Patriots, ESPN dropped a bombshell report on the 'beginning of the end' of the Patriots' dynasty, which documented the "cracks" in the Brady-Belichick-Robert Kraft triumvirate. According to Harrison, none of the rumors were true - and Harrison speculated that the Patriots may have invented the stories themselves.

During an appearance on Undisputed this week, Harrison said that he didn't see any of the friction between Belichick and Brady that has been reported ad nauseam.

"All these stories that come out, like all this 'friction' and stuff, I honestly believe that is made up. I came in there looking, like 'I'm about to see what's going on. They've got troubles too just like everybody else.'

I get in there and I see nothing. They're interacting, they're talking… I don't see any friction. I believe they just make up these stories to pull the team tighter and closer together. That's really all it does."

Harrison also said he can envision Brady, now 40, playing another two or three years at an elite level, but could see Brady lasting all the way to 45 if he can remain healthy.

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