Do Tom Brady, Gisele Bundchen Talk About Retirement? Patriots QB Opens Up

Tom Brady, obviously, is on the back end of his NFL career, but it appears his significant other isn’t pushing him into hanging up his cleats.
A few days after Gisele Bundchen was asked by Ellen DeGeneres about Brady’s eventual retirement, the New England Patriots quarterback provided some clarity about his wife’s stance on the matter during an interview with Jim Gray on Westwood One radio.
“She doesn’t talk to me about it at all,” Brady said. “She’s so supportive. She wants me to be happy and do something I love to do. I think any wife wants you to be happy and healthy. And, you know, football is a physical sport. She’s been watching me do it for a long time and she knows how much I love it.”

James Conner Fantasy: Latest on Injury & Week 15 Outlook for Steelers RB
Friday December 14, 2018

The Pittsburgh Steelers are once again staring at the potential of not having top running back James Conner in a key late-season matchup. While the Steelers (7-5-1) are attempting to hold on and win the AFC North, the Baltimore Ravens are hot on their trail with a 7-6 record. In Week 15, the Steelers face […]

The post James Conner Fantasy: Latest on Injury & Week 15 Outlook for Steelers RB appeared first on 12bet - Bet365.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display( “gpt-ad-desktop-out-of-page” ); });

Patriots Practice Report: New England Completes Week Of Perfect Attendance
Friday December 14, 2018

FOXBORO, Mass. — The New England Patriots are at full health entering Sunday’s pivotal matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers — or as close to it as a team can get in Week 15 of an NFL season. The Patriots had perfect attendance at practice again Friday, completing a week in which every player on their […]

The post Patriots Practice Report: New England Completes Week Of Perfect Attendance appeared first on 12bet - Bet365.

While Bundchen and the rest of Brady’s family might not talk about retirement with him, the five-time Super Bowl champion can understand why his loved ones would be wary about him continuing to play.
“I chose this sport that it’s a physical, violent sport,” Brady said. “You see plays that change people’s lives and careers. One play changed Joe Theismann’s career. Look at the devastating injuries this season. It’s hard for family members who love you and care about you to encourage you to get back out there, deal with physical pain and they know that pain is inflicted. But I think for me, it’s been something that’s such a part of my life and I love the sport. I’m out on the practice field today and I’m just sitting there thinking, ‘there’s no place I’d rather be.’ When you love something as much as I do and football has been that thing in my life that I’ve loved, I want to do it until I can’t do it anymore, can’t do it at a championship level. And that’s what my goal has been. She knows that, my family knows that and they’re all supportive of those things as well.”
Not only has Brady’s passion for the game not wavered, his skill level hasn’t shown much decline other, making it nearly impossible to pinpoint when TB12 might ride off into the sunset.