While hoping to see Brady play for several more seasons, Kraft hinted that family pressure could ultimately force the quarterback's hand.
He added that the situation "makes it clear to me we have to do something with criminal justice reform". "He has been like a second father to me in so many ways", Brady said of Kraft at the time.
The move to free Meek Mill has become huge, with athletes all over supporting him.
"Me personally, I'd like to see him play as long as he can".
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In an interview with The Athletic, Kraft said he would be happy for three-time NFL MVP Brady to fulfill his plan on playing into his mid-40s. It's just wrong. We have to find a way to correct it and also help the community help themselves.
"It's just sad", Kraft said.
Mill was sentenced in 2017 to two to four years for probation violations after he failed a drug test and did not get approval for out-of-state travel prior to leaving the state. Meek Mill, real name Robert Rihmeek Williams, is in prison for 2-4 years for a parole violation, and many think his current prison sentence is excessive.
Prior to Super Bowl LII in February, Kraft co-authored an op-ed in the Boston Globe, along with his son Jonathan Kraft and Patriots defensive back Devin McCourty, representing the Patriots in their support of a Massachuetts proposal that would raise the minimum age of juvenile jurisdiction from 7 to 12 and would raise the maximum age from 18 to 19.