Tom Brady: Family will play a big part in retirement decision

Courtesy Religion of Sports

Courtesy Religion of Sports

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. "I think you can't make decisions necessarily just for yourself. It didn't look good there for a little bit, but fortunately, Thursday, I didn't practice, I took some time off. Friday, did just a little bit and things kind of felt a lot better on Saturday and [Sunday] I was just able to kind of do what I needed to do".

Brady unveiled the picture of his thumb during the final episode of his Facebook documentary, "Tom vs".

"It's been such a great love for me". There's collateral effects to every decision that I make.

"It was a great experience because I got to share a lot of things fans don't get to always see", Brady said. They'll lead to questions of where his conviction lies at the moment, especially since he appears ready to spend more time than usual with his family in the 2018 offseason.

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"I wasn't a great math student back then", Brady joked.

He went on to light up the Eagles for 505 yards in a tough loss at Super Bowl LII.

"It's a process you have to deal with. I thought we were going to win the game", he said. And that's what you have to live with the rest of your life. "That's part of being an athlete, that's part of being in a very competitive sport".

Brady said he has "definitely" started thinking about 2018 at this point. There's no real formula for it.

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- The ending did feel a bit ominous, which gave off the impression maybe Brady's career is closer to the end than many think. There's different things that are happening in your life outside of football. "I know you're going to cheer so loud". "You've got to be able to allocate your time the right way, and there's a lot of people that really need your time and attention". How you find that balance was a big part of what "Tom vs".

Tom Brady is all about balance when it comes to leading a football team and a family of five.

Brady has talked openly about playing into his mid-40s. My kids are getting older.

- Gisele Bundchen at the end: "These last two years have been very challenging for him in so many ways, and he tells me, 'I love it so much and I just want to go to work and feel appreciated and have fun'".

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