Tom Brady Keeps Family & Football Separate

Tom Brady Keeps Family & Football Separate

Quarterback dad Tom Brady insists that his family life has no impact on his performance on the field.

In response to critics’ claims that he seems “distracted” this year, the New England Patriots star says, “That’s not something I’ve thought much about … That my performance as a football player is going to go down because I got married or I had children.”

Tom, 32, and his new bride Gisele Bündchen welcomed their son Benjamin last month. He’s also dad to 2-year-old son Jack from a previous relationship.

“It’s funny for me – there’s not a lot of things going on in my life other than my career and my family. I think my life is very focused,” he says, adding, “I prioritized with the things that are important to me. That’s my family and my football career. There’s nothing other than that.”

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