“I don’t know, I’m not 35,” he said when asked how he views things differently the ripe old age.
Brady won’t hit that mark until early August, but he has certainly picked up a thing or two as he gets set for his 13th season in the NFL.
“I appreciate it every day,” he said. “One thing my injury taught me a few years ago was how fragile this game is and to be able to take the field every week is really a blessing. Maybe at 34 I feel a little differently in that sense. I love it just as much now as I ever have. I love being out here for the OTAs. When I was 25 I was probably (complaining) about the OTAs, but when you’re 34 you’re not.”
Brady and the Patriots have been going at it for nearly two weeks now in their organized team activities, giving everyone a chance to get re-acquainted, or acquainted, before training camp starts in July "
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