The talk around Foxboro was more about the quarterback though, as the epilogue to "Tom vs".
Despite this being the case, Ian Rapoport of The NFL Network is reporting that the Patriots are now not considering hammering out an extension with Brady at this point given that there is no clear picture to how much longer he will play, via Tyler Sullivan 247 Sports.
Brady said his plan is to play until he is 45, and he's gone through some changes in the recent past that he believes will continue as his career. "It will be a challenge for me, I don't think it's going to be easy. but I think I can do it", he said. So, I'm just looking forward to going out there and playing football, letting it loose, having fun and letting the chips fall where they may. "One of the keys for Kansas City last year was not turning the ball over, in fact, they were number one in the league, but that's going to be hard to duplicate with a rookie quarterback in Mahomes this year".More news: 'Defeat will stay with me forever,' says devastated Thiem
It's clear that Brady enjoyed his offseason and has no regrets about spending more time away from Gillette Stadium. Guerrero has treated Brady for years, and he's worked with several other players, too. But ours is just to the tenth degree. "Different things come up, and decisions are made, that's why you're team is never the same at the beginning of the season as the end". "They have a very good defensive front".
Although blocking the three-headed monster of J.J. Watt, Jadeveon Clowney and Whitney Mercilus is a mountainous task; identifying where they are on any given play is just as important as the physical aspects.
"I think that's the biggest thing ... just not letting those guys get comfortable inside the pocket", Hightower said. "So, trying to be my best physically and be my best mentally and that's a good place to be". And once you stop, you're done. "And I think I'm not ready to say I'm done, because I don't feel like I am". And until you get them into the game and [they] take some hits and they have to plant and make sharp turns and all of those kinds of things, you don't know if they're really back. I mean not every play, but out there on a lot of plays even when it's not there period. I've had a few experiences when I haven't been out there and haven't liked those very much. I feel like I can go out there, I can anticipate a lot of things.
Two days after saying that he's learning to deal better with media reports of drama surrounding the New England Patriots, quarterback Tom Brady politely told reporters at his Friday news conference that he's sticking to football. "I've learned that peoples' opinion doesn't really matter", Watt said. "Why not finish it off?"