Watch: Tom Brady Opens Up About His NFL Future In Tom vs. Time Epilogue

The epilogue of Tom vs. Time is a great deal, as fans can have a peak in the everyday life of the Patriots’ quarterback.

Tom vs. Time offers us a closer look to Brady’s career and family. The latest 5-minute epilogue is focused on Brady’s mindset for the offseason. We all saw him spending more time with his loved ones. Brady didn’t even attend the voluntary workouts in the offseason, and he has never done anything similar.

“When I look at probably the last six months, it’s the first time where I’ve taken a little bit of a break I think from what I’ve done in what’s been cyclical, monotonous. But, I just think I needed something different this year. My family needed something different. I’ve got to be able to spend enough time with them cause I want to cause you got to see them grow, you got to see them develop, you got to be there for them,” Brady said.

Epilogue

After 18 years in the NFL, Tom Brady has done it all. Now, after an off-season spent in search of his conviction, Tom looks ahead to his 19th season season at age 41. Win or lose, Tom’s mind is always on the next game.

Posted by Tom vs Time on Wednesday, September 5, 2018

“I think in general, kids just want to know that you care about them and they need your time and energy. If they’re not going to get it from August through January, then they’ve got to get it from February through July or else I’m not doing my job as a parent,” the quarterback added.

Brady, Gisele and the kids travelled a lot this summer. This was included in the epilogue as well.

The quarterback also noted that some parts of the game weren’t as enjoyable as they should’ve been. “The last couple years, a lot of parts about football weren’t enjoyable when they should have been. Some of it was my approach. I think that anytime you are together with people for a long period of time, relationships ebb and flow. I think people are just looking for something to write and talk about,” Brady said.

Although he didn’t mention head coach Bill Belichick, we all know the point of his comments.

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