O'Donnell asks Brady what impact studies about concussions will have on the NFL.
In early August, when Brady was asked if Bundchen's remarks were accurate, he said: "I don't want to get into things that happened in my past, certainly my medical history and so forth". Half of the group is new starters, all new linebackers, a lot of speed at the positons, a faster, [more] athletic team probably than what they had previous year.
"I think some people may be able to do some things better than I can", Brady says.
CBS says that Brady and "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell spoke multiple times at his home outside of Boston and at the TB12 Sports Therapy Center.
Brady has already said he is going to play beyond the 2017 season, so that isn't a surprise. 'And I'm going to do everything I can to take care of my body in advance of the, you know, of the hits that I'm going to take on Sunday'.
Brady is now 40 and in his 18th season. But aside from 2008, when he suffered a season-ending knee injury in the Patriots' opener, he's avoided serious injury.
When asked about coffee, Brady said he has '[n] ever tried it'.
There's no question that the fullback is kind of becoming a little bit like the dinosaur, you just don't see them anymore.
Brady: "Almost never. Unless it is really good ice cream". Tomatoes trickle in every now and then, but just maybe once a month. Brady was named Super Bowl MVP for the fourth time after leading the team to a 34-28 win that included a 25-point comeback. After missing the first four games to serve his "Deflategate" suspension, he threw for 3,554 yards and 28 touchdowns with only two interceptions, leading the Patriots to their fifth National Football League title by rallying them from a 25-point deficit to the first overtime victory in Super Bowl history.
"I do wanna go out on my terms", he said. Obviously, I think he was a very good player for them and he served a specific role for them. She asked him about the research paper published finding that 110 of 111 brains of National Football League players studied had the degenerative brain disease CTE. This could be important against the Saints not only to keep the Saints defense on its heels by preventing it from subbing and helping to create favorable matchups, but also to help take the crowd out of the game.