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Pats' Brady hungry for much more football post Super Bowl

Wednesday, February 01, 2017 - 01:25

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady had some bad news for the National Football League's 31 other teams his record seventh Super Bowl appearance.

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SHOWS: HOUSTON, TEXAS, UNITED STATES (JANUARY 31, 2017) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. REPORTERS/NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS QUARTERBACK TOM BRADY SPEAKING TO MEDIA 2. (SOUNDBITE) (English) NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS QUARTERBACK TOM BRADY, SAYING: "There's no time for me to look back or look ahead. There's so much going on and you know I've enjoyed every minute of it and you know I still want to keep playing. You know after this game you know I'll probably take a week or two off and then get back to work." 3. (SOUNDBITE) (English) PATRIOTS COACH BILL BELICHICK, SAYING: "Yeah Tom works very hard, Tom prepares well, always has. He's very diligent in his preparation, it's not an up and down thing at all, it's consistent every week. In terms of learning the defense, learning their schemes, learning their players, getting our game plan, making sure that he knows what we're doing and how we're doing it and then getting in a situation of football as we get closer to the game so he's, you know, very smart, has obviously a lot of experience." 4. (SOUNDBITE) (English) NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS QUARTERBACK TOM BRADY, SAYING: "The Super Bowl, you know, is important because it's this one, it's ... you know you can't do anything about the ones we won in the past, the ones we lost in the past, you know, next year's, this is the only one we got 5. (SOUNDBITE) (English) PATRIOTS COACH BILL BELICHICK, SAYING: "I'm just trying to put all my energy into preparing our team as well as I possibly can for the Falcons. The Falcons are a great football team, well coached, they have a great organization, a lot of great players, very difficult to play against. 6. BELICHICK ANSWERING QUESTIONS STORY: New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady had some bad news for the National Football League's 31 other teams as one of the most prolific passers of all-time said on Tuesday (January 31) he has no plans to hang up his cleats anytime soon. Brady, who turns 40 in August, is the NFL's oldest starting quarterback and will play in a record seventh Super Bowl when the Patriots face the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday. But despite a career that has already assured him a place in the Pro Football Hall of Fame when he becomes eligible, Brady is happy to keep chasing more records and Super Bowl rings. A victory against the Falcons would give Brady a quarterback record fifth Super Bowl and tie him with retired linebacker Charles Haley as the only players to win five NFL championships. Before the 2015 season, Brady, who was 38 at the time, said he felt like he had another seven or eight years left in the NFL. He got the Patriots one win away from a Super Bowl berth that season and returned in 2016 to once again play at an elite level.

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Pats' Brady hungry for much more football post Super Bowl

Wednesday, February 01, 2017 - 01:25