Tom Brady knows that the NFL season has an impact on his personal and professional life. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Recently, the following appeared on the Let’s Go! podcastThe NFL seasons are identical to the previous. “going away on deployment for the military.”Brady admitted that he tends to focus on certain aspects of his life, but then gets buried in football.
“I almost look at like a football season like you’re going away on deployment for the military,” Brady stated that per TMZ Sports. “And it’s like, ‘Man, here I go again.’ The reality is you can really only be authentic to yourself. Right? Whatever you may say — ‘Ah, man, I want to, you know, make sure I spend a little more time doing this during the season,’ the reality is when it comes down to it, your competitiveness takes over and as much as you want to have this playful balance with the work balance — you’re going to end up doing exactly what you’ve always done, which is why you are who you are.”
Brady’s focus throughout the season has been a key factor in his success over his 23-year NFL history. Brady has been a part of 10 Super Bowls, winning seven, was named Super Bowl MVP five years ago, received the NFL MVP award three times, and is the NFL’s all time leader in passing yards (and touchdowns)
However, Brady is now dealing with marital issues with his wife Gisele Bündchen and the couple is reportedly on the brink of divorcing. Neither Brady nor Bündchen have talked about their issues publically, but the two have not been seen together recently and they are not wearing their wedding rings. When Bündchen spoke to Elle,She spoke out about wanting to do more after caring for Brady and their children.
“I’ve done my part, which is [to] be there for [Tom],”She spoke. “I moved to Boston, and I focused on creating a cocoon and a loving environment for my children to grow up in and to be there supporting him and his dreams. Seeing my children succeed and become the beautiful little humans that they are, seeing him succeed, and being fulfilled in his career—it makes me happy. At this point in my life, I feel like I’ve done a good job on that. …I have a huge list of things that I have to do, that I want to do. At 42, I feel more connected with my purpose.”