Tom Brady admitted to being “quite emotional” during a marital drama with wife Gisele Bündchen during Sunday’s game.
“I have to be really careful about going ahead and putting my emotions in a good place, so it allows me to be the best player I can be,” Brady, 45, said on Monday’s episode of his SiriusXM podcast. lets go ! With Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Grey.”
The quarterback explained that when he was seen throwing a tablet to the ground and yelling at his teammates during a Tampa Bay Buccaneers game against New Orleans, “It’s also really important to stay alive, which I didn’t do very well yesterday.” “. Saints.
“I think there’s a significance where you can be a lot more emotional, which I definitely feel like I was yesterday, and I’ve found a better place to live, so I’m a better fit for my peers.” be on the spot,” Brady concluded.
Brady’s admission comes after Page Six reported that he and Bundchen, 42, had entered into an “epic” fight over his decision to return to the NFL despite announcing his retirement 40 days earlier.
“The marriage is in trouble over his decision to retire. Gisele has always been with the kids,” a source told us earlier this month.
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“They agreed that he would retire to focus on family, then he changed his mind.”
The power couple’s marital issues only seem to be growing, with a source telling Page Six that the former Victoria’s Secret Angel was seen “weeping into her mobile phone” during a walk alone in New York City last week.
Another source speculated to Page Six that she might be upset by her recent Elle magazine interview, where most of the coverage focused on her saying, “My kids and I would like her. [Brady] to be more present. ,
The pair, who tied the knot in February 2009, share son Benjamin, 12, and daughter Vivian, 9. The athlete also shares 15-year-old son Jack, whom he co-parents with ex-girlfriend Moynahan.