Brady tells TB12 website: ‘I can see the end line now' of career


Somehow, the TB12 Sports Therapy Center managed to snag an "exclusive interview" with Tom Brady, where he talked up the work of TB12 co-founder Alex Guerrero - days after hanging up on WEEI when he was asked about his controversial trainer - and said at 41, he "can see the end line now" of his playing career.

"The reality is, no matter how much you prepare, it can end at any moment with the wrong kind of hit. I guess it’s an interesting position to be in because I can see the end line now, but I still feel like I have a lot to play for, a lot left to do in my career, and a lot left in the tank. It’s motivating to me to finish the right way — by being healthy and playing at a championship level.”

The seeing-the-finish-line comment echoes Brady's comments to Oprah Winfrey about "definitely and end coming" from his June sit-down.

There' was also plenty of talk lauding Guerrero and the concept of pliability as the key to the Patriots quarterback's longevity. Brady also said more locations of his TB12 center with new body coaches are coming: "We’re excited to start training more TB12 Body Coaches soon," he said. "We’re also thinking through locations for our next Sports Therapy Center." 


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