Truck Day Has A New Meaning

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — If you live in New England and pay attention to what's going on with the local sports teams, you've probably heard the phrase "truck day" recently. If you immediately thought of the Red Sox loading up equipment onto trucks set to travel down to Fort Myers, Florida ahead of Spring Training, you would be correct. This year, however, there may be a new meaning to the phrase.

The Daily Mail posted photos of a large truck outside of Tom Brady & Gisele Bundchen's Brookline residence being loaded up with the family's belongings, as it appears they are no longer living in Massachusetts.

We don't know where exactly the truck is headed, but there have been back-and-forth reports from local outlets the past few weeks about whether or not the Brady family has purchased a home in Connecticut, with NFL Network Insider Mike Giardi confirming that Brady has the home in a tweet last Thursday.

Another reason to think the truck is heading to Connecticut is that Daily Mail did obtain photos of the Brady family out to brunch in New York City towards the end of January, which hints that the family could be residing in the Tri-State area this off-season before Free Agency begins in March.

Now, all of this moving-related news shouldn't cause panic. If you're hoping Brady re-signs with the Patriots, remember that he could just buy another smaller home near Foxborough, rent a place, or even commute from Connecticut for however long the contract is.

In non-moving related news, Julian Edelman doubled down on his social media post from last week, where he responded to Brady's cryptic post by photo-shopping his face over John Cusack's in an image of the "Say Anything" boombox scene, posting the image to both his twitter and instagram pages Tuesday afternoon.

Does Edelman know something we don't? Maybe, or maybe he just doesn't like the thought of he and Brady living in different states.

Also on Tuesday, we got the answer to how those rumors that Brady was in Nashville looking at schools were started. Turns out it was a case of mistaken identity, according to Terry McCormick of, who broke the whole thing down on his site. It turns out Tom Brady was confused with a Hall of Fame ... offensive lineman.

Steve Hutchinson, who spent his 11-year career split between Seattle, Minnesota, and a brief stop in Tennessee before retiring, was elected into the Hall of Fame this past weekend. He was the one looking at schools with his wife in Nashville, ultimately mistaken for Tom and Gisele.

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Maybe from a distance you could mistake his wife for Gisele, but I don't buy it.

Regardless, if people are mistaking others touring schools, looking at real estate, or visiting NFL Markets for Brady and his family, it's going to make March 18th seem even further away.

WBZ NewsRadio's Dan Watkins (@DanWatkinsRadio) reports

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