Tom Brady: Family will play a big part in retirement decision


In the epic conclusion to the online series Tom vs. Time, Brady shares what was on his mind before, during, and after Super Bowl 52 against the Philadelphia Eagles. "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". And I think that's what you commit to when you have a family. And they commit a lot to me. "I thought we were going to win the game", he said of New England's final, unsuccessful drive.

Tom Brady twice experienced the sour sting of a Super Bowl defeat before last month's loss to the Eagles, but that didn't make the third any easier.

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"Time" docuseries, which released its sixth and final episode on Monday (noon ET, Facebook Watch). "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 awesome'". "That's part of being in a very competitive sport".

Brady: "Nah, you're a (expletive) animal. 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". My kids are getting older. 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.

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Further praising the Patriots, Brady continued, "I'm proud of our efforts throughout the year. Just so you know that". "Why are we doing this?' You have to have answers for those questions and they have to be with a lot of conviction", he said.

"I'll go to New England in a heartbeat", Manziel told TMZ Sports. "I love the sport, I love the competition, I love my teammates, I love working with people that I love to work with". I think one thing that has gotten a little challenging as you get older is there are different priorities and different commitments. "I'm looking down at my thumb as it's split open, and I'm thinking, 'I really don't know what happened to my thumb, but I know it doesn't feel good and I'm having a real hard time believing I'm going to go out and play well against the No. 1 ranked defense in four days'".

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He said he went out on that Friday and felt much better. Tom Brady will be on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Monday night.