Tom Brady on the loss to Titans and his future (which impacts AFC East) Dan Leberfeld

Tom Brady to NBC’s Peter King on a few different subjects like New England’s loss to Tennessee and free agency:

Brady on his upcoming free agency: “I’ll explore those opportunities whenever they are. If it’s the Patriots, great. If that doesn’t work, I don’t know. I just don’t know. I love playing football. I still want to play football.”

Brady on Wild Card loss to the Titans: “I’m not crushingly disappointed. I think we fought hard. Our head is held high. We’re competitors. Every season doesn’t end in a Super Bowl win. It’s exciting when it does. You relish those when you have those opportunities and we’ve had them more than anyone else.”

More on the loss to Tennessee: “The sun’s coming up tomorrow. Especially as I’ve gotten older, you realize that life goes on. I’ve been so fortunate to play for such a great owner and for such a great coach. Nobody could have had it better than me. I absolutely still do love this game…I think a lot of other people who are great at what they do – great artists or great actors or great businessmen – they don’t have to stop what they love as they get older. I know there’s football still in here.”


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