If the life story of New England Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady will be made into a biopic, don’t expect Chris Evans to play the role of the six-time Super Bowl champion. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Evans said he will think twice before accepting the role, despite being a Boston native and an avid supporter of the Patriots.

According to Evans, his decision will boil down to whether Brady is an avid supporter of President Donald Trump or not. “I don’t know. I really hope he’s not a Trump supporter. I’m just hoping he’s one of those guys that maybe supported him and now regrets it,” said Evans.

Evans is hoping that Brady has changed his mind about supporting the controversial leader, but if that’s the case, he has no choice but to cut ties with the 41-year-old quarterback. “I might have tried to pull some, like, mental gymnastics to compartmentalize, but I don’t know if I can anymore. So I’m just hoping he’s woken up,” said Evans.

Brady silent about Donald Trump

Brady has not spoken about the president since his election. In the past, Brady has played golf with Trump and a MAGA (Make America Great Again) hat famously was spotted in his locker during an interview in 2015. After the Patriots won the Super Bowl in 2017, Brady skipped the White House visit.

It remains uncertain if he will visit the White House again after their Super Bowl LIII victory.

When asked recently if he plans to join the team’s visit to the White House, Brady simply replied: “Next question. I mean, God” while shaking his head. Several Patriots players, including Jason and Devin McCourty and Duron Harmon, said they will not join the team if they visit the White House.

Patriots schedule visit with top tight end

After the surprise retirement of tight end Rob Gronkowski, the Patriots are currently thin at the position, with only Matt LaCosse, Jacob Hollister, Ryan Izzo, and Stephen Anderson on their depth chart. The 2019 NFL Draft features several intriguing tight ends who could eventually replace Gronkowski.

Among them are T.J. Hockenson and Noah Fant of Iowa or Alabama’s Irv Smith Jr.

However, the Patriots are looking at Texas A&M’s Jace Sternberger as an eventual replacement for Gronkowski. According to Jared Tokarz of NFL Draft Insider, the Patriots have scheduled a meeting with Sternberger at Gillette Stadium ahead of next month’s draft.

Based on several mock drafts, Sternberger is predicted to be taken in the second or third round. He is the fourth-ranked tight end by Scouts Inc., behind Hockenson, Fant, and Smith Jr. In his lone season with the Aggies, Sternberger tallied 48 receptions for 832 yards and 10 touchdowns in 13 games. The Patriots could use one of their 12 selections in the 2019 Draft to pick a tight end.