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    TOM BRADY took a trip to the Caribbean with Gisele Bundchen during his NFL break, a report says. The 45-year-old quarterback missed 11 days of training camp to deal with personal, non-football issues. 2Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen are reportedly going through a rough patch in their marriageCredit: Getty 2Tom Brady on the field with Gisele and his kids after winning the Super Bowl last FebruaryCredit: EPA He returned to camp and told reporters he has 'a lot of s**t' going on. It comes amid reports Brady and Gisele had an 'epic fight' over his decision to come out of NFL retirement. Page Six reported the pair haven't reconciled and Gisele is living away from the Tampa family home elsewhere in Florida. Both Brady and Gisele declined to comment to the publication. Read More on Tom BradyGIVE IT A REST Tom Brady shelves his planned Wednesday veteran rest day after just one weekGOAT LATEST Tom Brady 'went to Hamptons' during 11-day break amid Gisele fight rumors But new details were reported by Page Six this week. The report stated that...
    Getty Tom Brady recently restructured his contract with the Buccaneers. Tom Brady‘s contract restructure saves salary cap space for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but it doesn’t give the team a way to leverage keeping him in 2023. The Bucs cleared $9 million in cap space by restructuring Brady’s contract last week according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Brady will earn up to $30 million next season with the restructure according to Greg Auman of The Athletic. The Bucs quarterback made $29.4 million in 2021 and, Auman noted. It may mark the final year of Brady with the Bucs, Schefter reported. His contract expires after the 2022 season, which will make him an unrestricted free agent for 2023. Brady’s contract also includes a no-franchise tag clause, Auman reported, which means the Bucs can’t keep him with the franchise tag. Tom Brady highlights from the first half of the season pic.twitter.com/wRwxagqCLd — TB12 (@TomBradyEgo) November 22, 2021 Auman noted that Brady’s contract having a no-tag clause isn’t unusual for him. Brady’s previous Bucs contract and his final Patriots contract both had no-tag...
    By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — As a Bay Area kid, Tom Brady grew up loving the San Francisco 49ers. It made sense, then, that when given the first real opportunity to choose where he wanted to play football, the quarterback wanted to return home. READ MORE: 'Time For A Trade?' Tom Brady And Gisele Bundchen Seem To Miss New England (The Weather At Least)Some details about just how badly Brady wanted to make that happen have now come out, in excerpt from Seth Wickersham’s new book, shared by Sports Illustrated. Interestingly, Brady has only played in San Francisco once in his entire career, and he’s only played against the 49ers three times in total. But if he had his choice last winter, he would have made the place his home once again. “In late February, [Brady] tried to assert control,” Wickersham wrote of Brady’s pending free agency in 2020. “He reached out to Wes Welker, who was now the 49ers’ receivers coach, and let him know that if San Francisco was interested, it would be his choice —...
    In exceedingly rare case, Iowa journalist is one of few still facing charges from reporting on summer protests Syria camp for IS relatives records 31 murders this year © Getty/Mike Ehrmann In February, Tom Brady won his seventh Super Bowl. Getty/Mike Ehrmann Tom Brady said he's a little hazy on the details on his Lombardi Trophy toss after the Super Bowl. "I don't remember that quite as well," he said. "I was not thinking at that moment," he said, adding: "It was, 'This seems like really fun to do.'" Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Tom Brady says he's a little hazy on the details of his Lombardi Trophy toss during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Super Bowl celebrations. Brady, who is known for his fierce dedication to health and well-being, cut loose during the celebrations, culminating in his tossing the Super Bowl trophy across the Tampa harbor from one boat to another. On Tuesday's "The Late Late Show with James Corden," he said he didn't really remember doing it. "I don't remember that quite as well," Brady...
    In exceedingly rare case, Iowa journalist is one of few still facing charges from reporting on summer protests Adam Kinzinger group gives 2022 help to Republicans who impeached Trump © Getty/Mike Ehrmann Brady won his seventh Super Bowl in February. Getty/Mike Ehrmann Tom Brady said he's a little hazy on the details on his now-famous Lombardi Trophy toss after the Super Bowl. "I don't remember that quite as well," he said. "I was not thinking at that moment. There was not a thought. It was: 'This seems like really fun to do.'" Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Tom Brady has admitted that he's a little hazy on the details of his now-notorious Lombardi Trophy toss during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Super Bowl celebrations. Brady, who is known for his fierce dedication to health and wellbeing, cut loose during the celebrations, culminating in him tossing the Super Bowl trophy across Tampa harbour from one boat to another. Now, he has admitted on Tuesday's The Late Late Show with James Corden that he doesn't really remember doing it....
    Brady won his seventh Super Bowl in February. Getty/Mike Ehrmann Tom Brady said he's a little hazy on the details on his now-famous Lombardi Trophy toss after the Super Bowl. "I don't remember that quite as well," he said. "I was not thinking at that moment. There was not a thought. It was: 'This seems like really fun to do.'" Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Tom Brady has admitted that he's a little hazy on the details of his now-notorious Lombardi Trophy toss during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Super Bowl celebrations. Brady, who is known for his fierce dedication to health and wellbeing, cut loose during the celebrations, culminating in him tossing the Super Bowl trophy across Tampa harbour from one boat to another. Now, he has admitted on Tuesday's The Late Late Show with James Corden that he doesn't really remember doing it. "I don't remember that quite as well," Brady told Corden when the host moved an interview on from the day of the Super Bowl to the day of the parade. "First of...
    Getty Tom Brady's knee injury may be more severe than the Bucs indicated. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have repeatedly brushed aside Tom Brady’s knee injury as a minor thing, but new details indicate things may be a little more severe than the team is revealing. The Boston Globe’s Ben Volin reported that a source close to Brady noted the quarterback was “more injured than people realized.” “A four-month recovery sure doesn’t sound like a “cleanup” procedure,” Volin noted. “One of Brady’s friends told me after the Super Bowl that Brady’s knee was more injured than people realized. ‘When it comes out, all this does is build his legend even greater,’ the friend said.” Few details have emerged about when Brady sustained the injury and how long he played through the discomfort. Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians described Brady’s surgery as a little “clean up.” ALL the latest Bucs news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bucs newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bucs! Brady Will Not be Able to Resume Football Activities Until JuneAs Volin noted,...
    Getty Chiefs S Tyrann Mathieu and Bucs QB Tom Brady were involved in multiple on-field verbal confrontations on Sunday. In what turned out to be a blowout Super Bowl LV victory for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers over the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, one of the major storylines were the heated exchanges observed between Tom Brady and Tyrann Mathieu. After Mathieu quickly deleted a post-game tweet saying Brady “called me something I won’t repeat,” the 43-year-old quarterbacking legend texted the Chiefs All-Pro safety a “lengthy” apology, according to ESPN’s Jenna Laine on Monday. While Brady has yet to be asked about or acknowledge the situation publically, two new reports have provided some clarity on whether the seven-time Super Bowl winner crossed a line while verbally sparring with Mathieu in the first half of Sunday’s game. Follow the Heavy on Chiefs Facebook page for the latest breaking news, rumors and content out of Chiefs Kingdom! Follow Heavy on Chiefs Michael Irvin: No Racial Slurs Were UsedSpeaking to the Rich Eisen Show on Tuesday, NFL Network analyst...
    Ahead of his seventh Super Bowl win on Sunday, Tom Brady arrived at the field in style. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback, 43, looked big game-ready in a chic herringbone jacket, navy polo shirt and beige denim pants, all by Tom Ford. While his record-breaking Super Bowl rings would surely be the ultimate after-party accessory, the star player opted for an understated watch and beige sneakers prior to the game. Executive and celebrity style consultant Andrew Weitz selected the pieces for Brady’s big day, telling Page Six Style, “TB12’s style is classic and sophisticated.” “In my experience, Tom takes the time to consider his wardrobe choices, appreciates quality fabrics and has an affinity for well-made and tailored clothing,” Weitz said of his longtime client. “I believe style contributes to everyone’s confidence and success, whether they are an NFL player … or someone just beginning their career.” Perhaps Tom Ford is a good luck charm for the athlete, as he rocked a different head-to-toe look by the designer ahead of his sixth Super Bowl win in 2019. It’s far from Brady’s...
    By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — Most of us remember the mayhem and near hysteria that came during the week of the 2017 AFC Championship Game. Tom Brady abruptly left a practice, then missed a press conference, then showed up with his hand covered up. Everybody worried about the status of Brady’s throwing hand and its mystery injury. But then Brady looked fine in the game, and Bill Belichick downplayed everything after the win by saying, “We’re not talking about open-heart surgery here.” And that was that. Or so we thought. In an excerpt from the new book “The Dynasty,” written by Jeff Benedict, some new light has been cast on Brady’s injury. And the details are kind of incredible. As a refresher: Brady injured his thumb in a botched handoff to Rex Burkhead during practice in the week leading up to the AFC title game. The injury involved Brady jamming his thumb, to the point where it bent back so far and so violently that the base of this thumb actually ripped through the skin on his palm. (Gross!) (Barf!)...
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