Tom Brady Opens Up After Emotional Loss That Ended His Season: “It’s All About Resilience”
Legendary quarterback Tom Brady may have said his goodbyes to the Buccaneers, but now he's saying hello to a more family-oriented lifestyle. "I did a lot of things with my kids and family and tried to get caught up," the 45-year-old Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback said on his SiriusXM podcast, "Let's Go! With Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald, and Jim Gray. "Like probably most football players do at the end of a long season." According to PEOPLE, the Buccaneer's 31-14 loss to the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC playoffs', giving Brady a lot of free time now. "There's a lot of decompression," Brady continued. "I know we use that word a lot, but there is a real crash landing element to all of this. And doing it for as long as I have, there's no soft landing either." Brady has also won 6 super bowls and more than thankful for whatver he has learnt. "So I think for me it's all about resilience," he said. "And what did this particular season teach me? It was resilience amongst, you know, a lot of things, but that's a good thing to take away from it."
You think Tom Brady is getting annoyed by people asking him about retirement or nah? pic.twitter.com/B7u5SqlF8B— Evan Closky (@ECloskyWTSP) January 23, 2023