Tom Brady wants to give Malcolm Butler his MVP truck
Let's face it: Tom Brady doesn't really need a truck.
The New England Patriots quarterback has a ton of money and probably a fleet of vehicles, but he was given a brand-new truck for winning the Super Bowl MVP on Sunday night. Whether he keeps that truck seems like it's still undecided.
Brady might actually end up giving the truck to teammate Malcolm Butler. It was Butler's interception, the rookie cornerback's first career interception, that sealed the Patriots' 28-24 win over the Seattle Seahawks, so it makes sense for Brady to try and hook up his teammate, especially when that teammate is an undrafted rookie making the league minimum.
Brady said Tuesday morning on WEEI's "Dennis and Callahan Show" that he's trying to find a way to give the truck to Butler.