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"It's been such a great love for me", he added.
The clip, which you can check out below, takes viewers on a whirlwind ride through Brady's journey in this year's National Football League playoffs, as well as offer fans a peek at how the quarterback, his wife Gisele Bundchen and their kids handled the devastating defeat in Minneapolis. But as Brady and Gisele were driving home from Gillette Stadium after New England's comeback win over the Jaguars, the quarterback got a call from Gronkowski.
Toward the end of the episode, Brady talked about his family life and how he plans to spend his offseason with his supermodel wife and three children.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, in a Monday interview on ABC's "Good Morning America", said family considerations will be a big part of when he decides to retire. "I'm thinking, I really don't know what just happened to my thumb but I know it doesn't feel good and I'm having a really hard time believing I'm going to be able to go out and play well against the No. 1 ranked defense in the league in four days".
"These last two years have been very challenging for him in so many ways, and he tells me, 'I love it so much and I just want to go to work and feel appreciated and have fun, '" Bundchen said. Gronk didn't play in the second half due to a concussion, but said he was feeling better when Gisele asked for an update. "It's so great to be in that game, but to win that game is very tough", he said.
When he got to talking about the Super Bowl, Brady's mood changed a bit. "I know you're going to cheer so loud". I think that has been a great payoff for me.
"It was a great experience because I got to share a lot of things fans don't get to always see", Brady said. "The lingering thought from a Super Bowl game is, 'Man, if I had just made that one play or maybe those two plays, maybe the game is different". I think that's one thing I've learned as I've gotten older. You know what feels comfortable and you know what's not so comfortable. The Late Show airs on WBZ-TV at 11:35 p.m.