New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady spoke to Michael Strahan on Monday's "Good Morning America" about his team's devastating loss at this year's Super Bowl held on February 4. I think you realize the sun comes up the next morning, and your life goes on. They commit a lot to me. A few days before the game, Jaguars defensive lineman Malik Jackson went on record saying he didn't think injury was that bad.
In the new Facebook Watch docu-series Tom vs. Time, Brady gives fans a look at his life both on and off the field and admitted that it isn't always easy to uphold his personal and professional commitments.More news: Philips Hue Outdoor Smart Lights Coming in July
"It was a great experience because I got to share a lot of things fans don't get to always see", Brady said. "That's part of being in a very competitive sport". My kids are getting older.
Brady talked to Gronkowski on the phone while he was riding in his vehicle after the game and told him it was a "miracle" that the Patriots won without the All-Pro pass catcher. "I think every year is a little bit different", he said. "You reach in different directions and know what feels comfortable, and what's not so comfortable", he said.
Brady also talks about the rigors of recovering from the season to get ready for the next one - and hints at the "conviction" that he'll need to have in order to continue committing to football as much as he has. I gave everything I had, I gave my best effort.More news: Cardinals expected to release Adrian Peterson Monday
"It's been such a great love for me", he added. "I love working with people that I love to work with", he said.
He said he went out on that Friday and felt much better. "But I know it doesn't feel good, and I have a real hard time believing I'm going to be able to go out and play well against the No. 1-ranked defense in four days". Maybe playing at an elite level over the age of 40 and giving more credence to the TB12 Method, but really, is going to work not happy worth it? "I also realize I'm a lot closer to the end than the beginning, and you don't know when you're going to get opportunities again".
Brady will make his next stop in the Big Apple at The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Monday night.More news: Goldman CEO Blankfein says report of stepping-down not from him
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