Tom Brady is finally showing everyone the hand injury he suffered during the National Football League playoffs - and it's WAYYYY worse than everyone thought. a massive, deep, bloody gash. "Time" was all about - trying to find some balance between my family life and what my kids need and what my wife needs and what my football team needs".
"I think you realize the sun comes up the next morning and your life goes on, but those games live with you for the rest of your life", Brady said. They commit a lot to me.More news: Bose Reveals AR Audio Platform
The New England Patriots player spoke with Good Morning America's Michael Strahan on Monday about being a father of three, a devoted husband to Gisele Bundchen and one of the most acclaimed quarterbacks in the NFL.
"Time", which is billed as an all-access look into his family life and airs its sixth and final episode Monday at noon.
"It's really unbelievable. People dream to go to Super Bowl one time in their life; I'm fortunate enough to be on eight great teams that have made it that far", said Brady. "That's part of being an athlete, that's part of being in a very competitive sport". My oldest son lives here in NY, three kids, and you're just always trying to juggle and you want to be there for them, and you want to be there for the hockey games and the soccer games.More news: Cardinals Expected To Release Adrian Peterson
Ready? It's below this photo of Brady, with a WARNING: DO NOT LOOK IF YOU DON'T LIKE BLOOD. "It was hard work, a lot of work last offseason and this season, a little bit of time, but to me it turned into a great series".
In episode five it showed his personal training guru Alex Guerrero giving him treatment in a Gillette Stadium suite before a December game because Guerrero had his office in the stadium taken away. I think when you get out of your comfort zone, you stretch. I gave everything I had, I gave my best effort. "Why are we doing this?' You have to have answers for those questions and they have to be with a lot of conviction", he said. You know what feels comfortable and you know what's not so comfortable.
"I wasn't a great math student back then", Brady joked. "We try our best, and sometimes it's doesn't go the way we want.' That's probably one of the best moments I've had as a parent". "But I know it doesn't feel good, and I have a real hard time believing I'm going to be able to go out and play well against the No. 1-ranked defense in four days".More news: Saudi establishes units to probe, prosecute corruption cases