Patriots superstar Tom Brady learning to deal with drama ‘better’

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"I don't want to bring on any drama this year", Brady said on Friday instead saying that his focus was on being a good leader.

There won't be a second season of "Tom vs Time" this year, but fans were treated to one more episode on Wednesday.

"Once you stop, you're done", Brady said. ABC6 Sports Reporter Ian Steele has more from Gillette Stadium.

"The last couple years, a lot of parts about football weren't enjoyable when they should've been", the 41-year-old Brady admitted in an interview documented for the epilogue.

When asked about knowing where the Houston pass rushers are on the field, Gronkowski said, "it's super important, but I mean, they've got a lot of good pass rushers on this team". "The interception I threw early on in the game. that was pretty much it". "Personally, I'm going to have a chip on my shoulder, but I think it's bigger than that. I love the sport and I've been doing it for a long time so I'm not sure what life would be like without it".

Tom Brady came as close as probably ever will to publicly describing his feelings about whatever drama was occurring with the New England Patriots last season, admitting that "relationships ebb and flow". "I mean, this guy had beaten Alabama in a national championship game in front of 100,000 people on national television and nearly did it the year before".

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Brady skipped all of New England's voluntary offseason workouts, citing a desire to spend more time with his family, something which he reflected on in the epilogue of his docuseries.

This final episode also explored what Brady said is a new approach to certain aspects of National Football League life, which includes ignoring the opinions people have of him. And I think people are just looking for something to write, talk about. Ours is just to the tenth degree.

Speaking to the overblown nature of it all, Brady gave his most honest answer yet in regards to how he views such angles. This time around the play finished with receiver Nelson Agholor throwing the pass to Foles, who was wide open down the right sideline.

On average, the Pats quarterback was pressured on 31.1 percent of his drop-backs last season and sacked only 2.4 times per game. Watson is back and healthy now, and that's the biggest reason Houston is worth watching in 2018, when the team figures to have as good a shot as anyone in the AFC South to get into the playoffs. "It will be a challenge for me". He can go hard all day.

'But to worry about a lot of [expletive] of what people may say or think or feel - I really don't care anymore'. "I just want to do that again". "Little things - I love practice, I love the meetings, I love focusing on an opponent, going out there with my guys and trying to figure out the best plan, and just the game of football. That's why you've got to go through it, so we'll see where we're at".

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