New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady won a 2015 Chevy Colorado for his Super Bowl XLIX MVP efforts in a 28-24 win Sunday over Seattle.

However, he plans to give the truck to safety Malcolm Butler, the Patriots rookie who made the game-saving interception.

In an interview with Boston radio station WEEI's "The Dennis & Callahan Morning Show," Brady said: "I'd love to (give Malcolm the truck). We're going to figure out how to make that happen."

Well, Brady, it's pretty simple. Just drive to his house and hand him the keys.

Sure, you'll probably need to sign it over to him or something, but you no doubt have a team of 16 people that can handle that peasant work for you.

And if this doesn't happen, GM will probably step up and give Butler a truck anyway. This story is getting too big for Chevrolet and GM to do nothing about it.


Source: Free Beer & Hot Wings