Tom Brady explains warrior spirit, talks future in Facebook Watch documentary

By Alex Butler

Jan. 10 (UPI) -- New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady talks about his motivation, family life and how his career will end in the new documentary series Tom vs. Time.

The six-part Facebook Watch docu-series will air in late January, according to the New York Times. Filmmaker Gotham Chopra was given extraordinary access into the future Hall of Famer's life. Chopra is the son of author Deepak Chopra.


"What are you willing to do and what are you willing to give up to be the best you can be? You only have so much energy and the clock ticks on all of us," Brady said in a trailer for the project.

"If you're going to compete against me, you better be willing to give up your life because I'm giving up mine."

Brady posted a trailer to his social media accounts on Tuesday. The Tom vs. Time Facebook page posted another trailer on Monday.

Footage in the trailers shows Brady playing with his children, working out by himself and with teammates, playing in the Super Bowl and more.


New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady plays catch with his son Jack as he give instructions to young players at his American football clinic on June 21 in Tokyo, Japan. File photo by Keizo Mori/UPI

"There is a warrior's spirit about me," Brady said in the trailer. "I'm always in competition with myself."

Brady, 40, and Gisele Bundchen have been married since 2009.

"I have to say, I've never met anyone who loves to do something as much as he loves football," Gisele said in the trailer.

Brady doesn't sound like he has plans to retire anytime soon.

"When I see myself out there, I feel like man I still do this and I do better than I've ever been so why should I stop?" the quarterback said in the trailer.

Coming Soon! My two loves, Family and Football!


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Brady will earn his 35th career postseason start against the Tennessee Titans in the Divisional Round of the 2018 AFC Playoffs at 8:15 p.m. Saturday at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. He owns a 25-9 playoff record, including five Super Bowl victories, during his decorated 18-year NFL tenure.

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