Published: Mon, March 12, 2018
Sports | By Nelson Rowe

Tom Brady Gaping, Bloody Injury Revealed ... Stitched & Needled!!!

Tom Brady Gaping, Bloody Injury Revealed ... Stitched & Needled!!!

Was the hand injury Tom Brady suffered a couple of days before the AFC Championship game against the Jaguars actually legit or just another case of classic Patriots misdirection? "Time" was all about - trying to find some balance between my family life and what my kids need and what my wife needs and what my football team needs". Bundchen, according to Strahan, wanted him to talk to Brady about his desire to play another 10 years. "There's more to think about than just me, and I think that's what you commit to when you have a family". I have a wife that aspires to be a lot of things and she travels a lot. A few days before the game, Jaguars defensive lineman Malik Jackson went on record saying he didn't think injury was that bad.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) walks off the field after Super Bowl LII on February 4 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn.

"Time", which is billed as an all-access look into his family life and airs its sixth and final episode Monday at noon. "She's right. I did say that because when we met I was 29, 30 years old, and I thought, 'Man, if I get to 40, it'd be unbelievable'". "That's part of being an athlete". My kids are getting older. "The lingering thought from a Super Bowl game is, 'Man, if I had just made that one play or maybe those two plays, maybe the game is different". Retirement sits on the horizon, but when he begins to drift poetic about football, Brady doesn't sound like a guy about to wander away from the gridiron. If the sight of blood makes you queasy, then you're going to want to leave this story now because things are about to get bloody. I am proud of our efforts throughout the year.

"I've really enjoyed it", he said. I love working with people that I love to work with.

"You realize that with time the emotion will go away", Brady said. So that part's really hard to give up, especially when I feel like I can do it, and I look around the league and I see these other quarterbacks, and I'm thinking man, I can do what they do. "Sometimes it gets out of balance and you've got to figure out how to bring it back to a point where it feels great for everybody involved".

"These last two years have been very challenging for him in so many ways, and he tells me, 'I love it so much and I just want to go to work and feel appreciated and have fun, '" Bundchen said.

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