Tom Brady has many talents and hobbies and surely knows how to have fun.
Proving that the daredevil in him still lives, the soon-to-be 41-year-old recently shared a video of him zip-lining through a forest in honor of the official start to Patriots training camp Thursday. The 30-second clip panned to Brady’s face twice, reassuring fans that he’s wearing a helmet.
Brady ran out onto the field at the start of practice at about 9:15 a.m., and the crowd went nuts.
The quarterback skipped OTAs and the voluntary portion of New England’s offseason workouts, but made sure to point out that he’s ready to go ahead of his 19th season in the NFL. He captioned the post, “Ok 2018 season…Coming in Hot,” and included the hashtag “#year19LFG.” (LFG stands for “let’s f—— go.”)
Zip-lining is not the only activity for Brady to re-charge his batteries and satisfy his thirst for adventure.
In February 2017, he shared a video of him wiping out on a ski jump in Montana, and in March 2015, he shared a video of him cliff-jumping in Costa Rica.
One of the biggest questions heading into training camp is – does Brady have enough targets to throw to? Wide receiver depth is a concern, especially with Julian Edelman set to serve a four-game suspension for alleged use of performance-enhancing drugs.