The sixth and final episode of Brady's Facebook documentary, delayed by more than a month after the Eagles spoiled Brady's chance for a storybook ending, was released on Monday, and revealed an emotional quarterback who was a bit uneasy about how his children reacted to the Patriots' loss. In 2016, the 40-year-old Brady signed a two-year contract extension worth $41 million, including $28 million in signing bonus, enabling the Patriots to keep him through the 2019 season.
Brady and the team were coy about the injury in the week leading up to the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, with the quarterback wearing big gloves on both hands and refusing to talk about the injury. This is the way the season ends.' Looking down at my thumb as it's split open, thinking I really don't know what happened, but I know it doesn't feel good.
Images of the hand can be seen below. You have linemen, Julian Edelman, they all think they are going to win. "The kids are on their iPad and they need to be fed, and you get on with your life".
The Patriots' loss gave the Eagles their first ever Super Bowl victory but five-time champion Brady said how "proud" he was of everyone involved. We drove there, and we all decided we'd go out to dinner together. "When you don't come through, it's very painful", said Brady.
"We lost Gronk in the first half of the game".
"The drive got started, we gained yards and that second-down play just happened so quick". And it speaks to, you know, growing up.
Brandon Graham is the villain of Tom Brady's worst nightmares these days.
"It's really unbelievable. People dream to go to Super Bowl one time in their life; I'm fortunate enough to be on eight great teams that have made it that far", said Brady.