Tom Brady Says Family Considerations Will Factor into NFL Retirement Decision

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"I thought we were going to go down and score", Brady said. The footage from Brady's documentary series was released Monday on Facebook Watch.

Brady has talked openly about playing into his mid-40s.

"This offseason is gonna be about my family, and they deserve it", says Brady. Time, we finally got to see how Brady's injury looked and it made it even more impressive to know that he threw for 505 yards and 3 TD's in a losing effort against the Philadelphia Eagles.

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.

Ready? It's below this photo of Brady, with a WARNING: DO NOT LOOK IF YOU DON'T LIKE BLOOD. "This is the way the season ends, '" Brady said in the episode. I think that has been a great payoff for me. "I love working with people that I love to work with", he said. So while Brady will certainly be back in 2018, it's becoming time to wonder how much longer his conviction will remain the same.

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The report also stated that Brady was "less than fine" with criticism from Belichick throughout the season, stemming from the Patriots' playoff win against the Houston Texans in 2017.

The Patriots - who lost Gronkowski to a concussion after a helmet-to-helmet hit in the first half - beat the Jaguars, 24-20, to advance to the Super Bowl. We don't always win.

Said Brady: "When we met, I was 29, 30 years old, and I thought, 'Man, if I could get to 40, it would be wonderful.' It would be a great career - 18 years in the National Football League, learned a lot, and it's been such a great love for me".

"You can't make decisions necessarily just for yourself, and I think that's one thing I've learned as I've gotten older: There's collateral effects to every decision that I make", Brady told Strahan.

Brady talked to Gronkowski on the phone while he was riding in his vehicle after the game and told him it was a "miracle" that the Patriots won without the All-Pro pass catcher. "It was a second-down play, and it just happened so quick", Brady recalled in the episode. "You'll still have certain feelings and emotions toward the game, but the rawness of what happened will go away". It would be a great career - 18 years in the National Football League.' I learned a lot and it's been such a great love for me. "You reach in different directions and know what feels comfortable, and what's not so comfortable", he said. "I thought we were going to win the game", Brady said.

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