The Patriots vs. Jets game at Gillette Stadium today could be Bill Belichick's final game in New England.
It may also be Matthew Slater's last game with the Pats.
Slater, 38, has been one of the league's best special teams players since 2008.
He's a two-time first-team All-Pro and a 10-time Pro Bowler, and it looks like his career is coming to an end.
Before this afternoon's game in Foxboro, Slater warmed up in the snow and paid tribute to his longtime friend, quarterback Brady, by donning a sweater bearing the quarterback's image.
Slater, who played with Brady for 12 seasons and won three Super Bowls, made a very kind gesture.
In 2011, Slater's only career reception—a 46-yarder—also came from Brady's right arm.
Regarding his possible departure from the Patriots, Slater stated this week, "I feel very appreciated by the people in the building, just thankful for how everyone has treated me this week, and the thanks they've expressed and things like that."