Tom Brady: "I don't want to bring on any drama this year"

Posted September 08, 2018

Brady is 41-years-old entering the 2018 National Football League season.

You can see the epilogue episode of "Tom vs".

After the Texans, the Patriots play the Jaguars at Jacksonville in a rematch of last season's AFC Championship, face the Lions and new coach Matt Patricia at Detroit and return home to resume their AFC East rivalry with the Miami Dolphins.

"I would love to play five more years", Brady said.

"I know often times, we want to talk about other things".

This is the second straight season that Andrews has earned the honor, while McCourty and Slater have been named team captains in each of the last eight seasons. I've been doing it for a long time. "I'm not sure what life would be like without it. Interesting." But I don't think it means a whole heck of a lot, and I don't think it's something that is going to bother him.

That trend will continue when they open the season against one another at 1 p.m. Sunday at Gillette Stadium. They're really well coached. "They're a great team". "That's where our focus is". Over the summer, McGinest predicted that Brady would retire if New England were to win Super Bowl LIII.

"If I'm going to do something at this point, it's going to be because I enjoy it", said Brady. "I think everybody is, not just myself". But yeah, that was a long time ago. I'm learning to do deal with it better'.

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"I don't want to bring on any drama this year", Brady said, two days before he will lead the team against the Houston Texans in the season opener. And Cordarrelle's new and he's done some good things.

"To be on this team, you have to be a good football player and the guys that are out there certainly I have a lot of confidence in". I'm talking about the down and dirty, hard-hitting, need-to-know-basis questions that beat reporters can't even get answers to. We'll go from there. "He's worked diligently to get back to where he is right now".

"He jumps in there", said Belichick.

"He's very hard to block", Belichick said.

Although blocking the three-headed monster of J.J. Watt, Jadeveon Clowney and Whitney Mercilus is a mountainous task; identifying where they are on any given play is just as important as the physical aspects. "You know, Phillip and Chris have obviously played a lot".

They weren't just filling in.

Aches and pains: Patriots offensive tackle Marcus Cannon (calf), safety Nate Ebner (knee), tight end Jacob Hollister (hamstring) and running back Sony Michel (knee) are all listed as questionable for Sunday's game.

The Texans reported that cornerback Kayvon Webster (Achilles) did not participate in practice Wednesday. A saga that's included Alex Guerrero, Rob Gronkowski, Robert Kraft, Danny Amendola, Jimmy Garoppolo, and literally anybody else an unnamed report and source can think of including in their stories of the Patriot Dynasty crumbling to nothing.