(FOXBOROUGH, Mass.) -- Tom Brady isn't concerned about Tim Tebow being at minicamp. The Patriots signed Tebow on Monday and will receive all the Tebow-mania that he brings.
"I don't worry about much these days," Brady told reporters on Wednesday. "I've been around long enough to see all different kinds of things happen -- trades, people being cut, guys joining the team and all the media attention, what happened in 2007 [Spygate controversy], post-Super Bowls, tough losses. It comes with the territory."
Brady plans on showing Tebow the way things are done in New England, after Tebow spent a season in New York.
"Certainly any time a new teammate comes in, you welcome him and you try to do whatever you can to help them fit in and understand what we need to do," Brady said.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft is a fan of what Tebow brings to the table as far as leadership.
"I think he's hard-working and he's very cooperative. I don't think there's any coach who wouldn't like to have a team full of people like he is," Kraft said on Wednesday.
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