Courtroom Artist Criticized For Tom Brady Sketch A critic on Twitter said Jane Rosenberg created "the worst sketch of Tom Brady ever." Rosenberg told Boston.com she thinks the outrage over the sketch of the Patriot's quarterback is pretty funny.
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Courtroom Artist Criticized For Tom Brady Sketch

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Courtroom Artist Criticized For Tom Brady Sketch

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Courtroom Artist Criticized For Tom Brady Sketch

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A critic on Twitter said Jane Rosenberg created "the worst sketch of Tom Brady ever." Rosenberg told Boston.com she thinks the outrage over the sketch of the Patriot's quarterback is pretty funny.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. Tom Brady was in federal court. The New England Patriots quarterback is challenging his Deflategate suspension that would have him miss four games. Bad week for Brady? Well, worse for the courtroom artist. One critic on Twitter said Jane Rosenberg created, quote, "the worst sketch of Tom Brady ever." Rosenberg told boston.com she thinks this outrage over the sketch is pretty funny. She also said, quote, " Tell Tom Brady, I'm sorry I didn't make him pretty enough. He's very pretty." It's MORNING EDITION.

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