Tom Brady Gaping, Bloody Injury Revealed ... Stitched & Needled!!!

Carrie Guzman
March 12, 2018

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, in a Monday interview on ABC's "Good Morning America", said family considerations will be a big part of when he decides to retire.

Leading up to the 2018 AFC Championship game on January 21, no one was really sure how badly Tom Brady had injured his thumb in practice, and whether it would affect his performance.

The 40-year-old athlete added, "I think you can't make decisions necessarily just for yourself".

The episode opens with Brady's Hail Mary to Rob Gronkowski hitting the turf in the final seconds of Super Bowl LII. So that part's really hard to give up, especially when I feel like I can do it, and I look around the league and I see these other quarterbacks, and I'm thinking man, I can do what they do.

Gronkowski returned to action in the Super Bowl and caught nine passes for 116 and two touchdowns, but the Patriots fell to the Philadelphia Eagles 41-33.

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Both running backs are on the wrong side of 30, and likely looking to Detroit as their last chance at winning a starting role. The Lions did post the worst rushing total in the National Football League last season, recording a total 1,221 yards.

Gross - but pretty badass.

Brady addressed another feeling at the beginning of Monday's episode: how it felt to lose the February 4 matchup to the Eagles at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn. Gronk didn't play in the second half due to a concussion, but said he was feeling better when Gisele asked for an update. "A f-ing miracle", Brady said, showing off that potty mouth again.

When he got to talking about the Super Bowl, Brady's mood changed a bit. "You'll still have certain feelings and emotions toward the game, but the rawness of what happened will go away".

"It's really unbelievable. People dream to go to Super Bowl one time in their life; I'm fortunate enough to be on eight great teams that have made it that far", said Brady. It comes down to the end, maybe one or two plays. "I think most professionals probably feel the same way". But Brady said he enjoyed the experience, which gave him an opportunity to do something different. When you get out of your comfort zone, you stretch. "Sometimes it gets out of balance and you've got to figure out how to bring it back to a point where it feels great for everybody involved". I think that's one thing I've learned as I've gotten older.

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. "Time" is set to premiere at noon, and Brady will continue his media tour with an appearance on "The Late Show" with Stephen Colbert later tonight.

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