BOSTON (CBS) — Tom Brady’s incredible career will have a new footnote for the record books come Sunday, when the Patriots quarterback plays in his sixth Super Bowl.
And with every Super Bowl comes Media Day, which was held Tuesday at US Airways Arena in Phoenix, Arizona. Brady, a savvy veteran of the media circus, was bombarded with questions ranging from his place in the history of the game to the “Deflategate” scandal. He got a few lighter questions, like where was his wife, Gisele Bundchen.
She’s at home with the kids.
Brady even admitted to having a few lucky charms that he’s acquired over the years to keep him safe and healthy.
But what stood out from his hour-long chat with reporters (and some non-reporters), was the quarterback’s own amazement at what he will accomplish when he suits up against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. Former Rams quarterback Kurt Warner, who…
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