Published: Fri, May 19, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Tom Brady 'does have concussions,' wife Gisele Bundchen says

Tom Brady 'does have concussions,' wife Gisele Bundchen says

Bundchen's statement stirred up controversy in the sports world since the five-time Super Bowl victor, 39, has not been listed on the Patriots' injury report for a concussion since 2003.

"I don't think it's healthy for you to go through like a", she paused and slapped her hands together. The QB will be 40 when the next football season begins and has said he'd like to keep playing for up to five more years.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady "had a concussion past year", his wife, former supermodel Gisele Bundchen, said while alluding that he may have suffered others. "I mean, he has concussions pretty much every - you know, we don't talk about it but he does have concussions". She said that Brady had a concussion a year ago and that "he has concussions pretty much every. you know, we don't talk about it but he does have concussions".

"He had a concussion past year", Gisele said.

Brady, 39, has said he wants to play into his mid-40s. The team did report leg, thigh and ankle injuries for him during that span.

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The Pats didn't give any comment to NFL.com or to the Boston Globe, which noted that the NFL has rules in place which require injuries that could be serious show up on reports, even if the player will still take the field on game day.

"I always said my mid-40s", Brady said of the prospect of retirement, "and naturally that means around 45. If I get there and I still feel like I do today, I don't see why I wouldn't want to continue". "I plan to do a lot of fun things when we're 100, I hope". And if the player doesn't tell you, I don't really know how the team [would know]? "That can not be healthy for you, right?" she continued. The Patriots quarterback played all 12 regular season games he was eligible for after his suspension and, obviously, led New England to another Super Bowl title.

Bundchen, especially in light of her comments on CBS, might have something to say in regard to his timeline.

"She makes decisions for our family that I've got to deal with. Hopefully she never says, 'Look, this has to be it, '" Brady said in that interview.

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