And we're all extremely upset and sad about it. I can barely see what I'm typing through the tears in my eyes.
Realistically, the day Tom Brady decides to retire, I'm throwing a weekend-long party and you're all invited. I'm sick of his 'wahhhh my life is so hard, things never go my way' act. Also his utter dominance at his position is quite annoying to football fans everywhere and frankly, it needs to stop.
Brady said in an interview to Oprah Winfrey (like, what? Why is he just chatting it up with Oprah?), "I think I'm seeing there's definitely an end coming sooner, rather than later." First of all, Brady would be considered a senior citizen in football years if it weren't for his weird kale diet and his yahoo of a trainer.
“As long as I’m still loving it,” Brady said. “As long as I’m loving the training and the preparation and willing to make the commitment. But it’s also, I think what I alluded to a lot in the docu-series, there’s other things happening in my life, too. I do have kids that I love, and I don’t want to be a dad that’s not there, driving my kids to their games . . . my kids have brought a great perspective in my life. Kids just want the attention. You better be there. And be available to them.”
Uhhh ok. Don't let the door hit you on the way out (it would get a flag anyway).
What I'm reading today: