Tom Brady: 'Miracle' to win AFC Championship game without Rob Gronkowski

Tom vs. Time creator on the post Super Bowl episode'People will be surprised by the ending

Tom vs. Time creator on the post Super Bowl episode'People will be surprised by the ending

- Brady at the end: "I'm sitting here three days after the year getting my Achilles worked on and my thumb and you go, 'What are we doing this for?"

Brady: "That was a miracle with us winning out there without you, just so you know it. They commit a lot to me, and that goes both ways".

The sixth and final installment of Tom Brady's docu-series, Tom vs.

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As such, he's likely to take on a coaching role from next season - discussions are ongoing but "it's been kind of sorted out". Carrick said: "There comes a time when as much as you don't like it, it's time to stop playing football".

The fact that Tom Brady was able to lead the Patriots to a comeback win over the Jaguars in the AFC title game might be more impressive now than it was at the time, and that's because we now know how bad the injury was on his right thumb.

Brady, who will turn 41 before the start of the new NFL season, also elaborated on the challenges of balancing football and family as he gets older. "Just so you know that". "With the amount of fans that have really enjoyed the show, when I reflect back on the decision of doing it, I think what a great decision because so many people have come up to me and said thanks for doing that".

"(Football) is such a great love for me. I love the sport.

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The current agreement slaps her with a $1 million find to each breach of the agreement that an arbitrator deems occurred. The sentiment is also echoed in a " 60 Minutes " interview that was recorded, but is unaired.

"In the end, the Patriots fan in me didn't get the storybook ending I desperately craved for our series Tom vs Time", Chopra said in a release.

"I think you can't make decisions necessarily just for yourself", Brady said. I love my teammates.

In the "Good Morning America" interview, host Michael Strahan shared the story from the 2000s of how Bundchen spoke with him about the length of Brady's career. I love working with people I love to work with. "That part is really hard to give up, especially when I feel like I could do it and I look around the league and I see these other quarterbacks".

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As for his future in football after 18 seasons in the NFL, Brady said his family will play a "big part" in his decision about how many more seasons he plays. "But instead I got a moment in which our main hero - Tom - would learn something pretty valuable in the loss. There's collateral effects to every decision that I make". Nearly two months after Glovegate, our questions have been answered - it was pretty damn serious. "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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