FOXBOROUGH, Massachusetts (AP) -- New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady threw his support behind U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump on Wednesday, hours before the second Republican candidate debate.
The Super Bowl Most Valuable Player, whose four-game suspension for using deflated footballs was recently overturned by a judge, says he hopes his golf partner can win the election.
Brady said, "It would be great. There would be a putting green on the White House lawn, I'm sure of that."
His locker also sported a "Make America Great Again" red hat sent to him by Trump.
Brady doesn't appear to have given to federal politicians, a review of Federal Election Commission records shows.
His boss, Robert Kraft, gave $5,000, the maximum amount, to President Barack Obama's campaign and another $52,000 to Democratic Party committees for Obama's 2012 re-election.