According to former teammate Kevin Faulk, he expects Brady to reach out to both Wes Welker and Randy Moss, the receivers who helped him form some of the most dominant offenses in NFL history.
"He's definitely going to work," Faulk said in a segment airing on NESN. "There's no doubt in my mind. He's probably going to do the same regimen he's been doing for the last how many years he's been playing football, stay in that routine, and yes, I'm almost positive Wes Welker is going to be here. He probably will reach out to Randy (Moss), and Randy will come because Randy's in still good shape. Real good shape."
The move makes sense for several reasons. Welker and Moss are still in incredible shape and are two of the more cerebral players Brady played with on offense. Both are familiar with the playbook and won't force Brady to go outside of the Patriot family for help. Handing out the playbook to undrafted free agents looking for a workout partner would probably give Bill Belichick a heart attack.
Given his status and resources, we would expect Brady to have one of the best practice simulations at his disposal. While suspended players or hold out players often struggle to replicate the finer points of practice during their time away from the field, there's little doubt that Brady could put on a full Patriots practice in his sleep.
While Faulk seems to be making just a very educated guess here, Brady's workout partners will be an extremely hot topic over the first month of the season. This is without a doubt the most visible suspension in league history, and like always, Brady will be prepared.