In the wake of the Monday terrorist attacks on the Boston Marathon, New English Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady is praying for town's recovery.
Brady posted on Twitter "Praying for my city of Boston. Senseless killings need to stop." His wife model Gisele Caroline Bündchen followed with a prayer of her own: "My love and prayers to everyone in Boston."
Brady and family weren't the only people in Patriots franchise to offer condolences to the victims.
Former Pats player Joe Andruzzi was at the finish line Monday when the bombs went off and helped carry a victim to the medical tent.
Andruzzi later released a statement deflecting the attention:
"While I appreciate the interest in hearing our perspective on today's horrific events, the spotlight should remain firmly on the countless individuals -- first responders, medics, EMTs, runners who crossed the finish line and kept on running straight to give blood, and the countless civilians who did whatever they could to save lives. They were the true heroes. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all those affected by this senseless tragedy."
He also tweeted: "Jen and I are safe. & Our thoughts & prayers are with all the victims and their families impacted at today's Boston Marathon. TY to all our emergency personnel."