Tom Brady describes his struggles to balance football and his three children amid his feud with wife Gisele Bündchen.
The 45-year-old NFL player posted Monday in his “Let’s Go! with Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald, and Jim Gray” podcast of raising Jack, 15, Benjamin, 12, and Vivian, 9.
“Even though I am playing in my 23rd year, I have a freshman in high school who is also playing football,” Brady continued. “I have a 12 year old going through her life. I have a 9 year old going through her life. And I have parents.”
The athlete mentioned that she has a hard time making the decision to “maximize” her family and career goals.
“Once football season comes around, I really focus on what I need to do and how I need to focus and what kind of commitment I need to the organization,” he said. He added, he doesn’t want to “cheat” the fans. ,
The seven-time Super Bowl winner also addressed his return to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after a short-term retirement.
“I felt like I had a little bit left. And I want to give it a shot,” he said. “I owe it to my teammates and our great coaches and our whole organization.”
The quarterback’s decision led to an “epic” fight with Bündchen, Page Six reported exclusively last Thursday, in which the supermodel, 42, left her Florida home to fly to Costa Rica.
“They agreed that he would retire to focus on family, then he changed his mind,” a source told the court, adding that Brady was “sad” at being a “super dad” to his little ones. be focused.
Upon Bundchen’s return, the former Victoria’s Secret Angel takes her and Brady’s two children – former New England Patriots player, Jack, along with his ex, Bridget Moynahan – to a water park in Aventura.
Brady did not attend the family outing, but remained in Tampa.
Last month, the footballer missed 11 days of training and blamed his absence on “personal … s-t”.
Brady, who has been married to Bündchen since 2009, explained, “Everyone has different situations they’re dealing with. We all have really unique challenges in life.”