When Gisele Bundchen said earlier this week that her husband, Tom Brady, suffered a concussion at some point last season, it was news to the sports world and set off the usual amounts of chatter both about Brady's health and then how the NFL could ...
During the #DeflateGate saga, agent Don Yee on multiple occasions did his top client no favors with private advice supplied and public statements provided. The NFL responded to Gisele Bundchen saying that her husband Tom Brady had a concussion last year by saying there was no sign that the Brady ever reported experiencing symptoms to the team's medical staff.
Tom Brady's agent has joined the chorus saying that the New England Patriots quarterback did not suffer a concussion in 2016. "Tom was not diagnosed with a concussion last year," agent Don Yee told ESPN on Friday. Tom Brady's agent has joined the chorus that the New England Patriots quarterback did not suffer a concussion in 2016. "Tom was not diagnosed with a concussion last year," agent Don Yee told ESPN on Friday.
If there was one thing that Gisele Bundchen did—maybe accidentally, maybe not—this week, it was showing the fallacy of Tom Brady playing in the NFL for another five years. You can pay to work out like Tom Brady and eat like him, but if you're planning on driving the same car as the New England Patriots quarterback, it's time to check that bank account.
A source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter that the one-year deal is for $3 million. The 34-year-old Fitzpatrick, who has started 116 games over his 12 seasons in the NFL, will serve as the backup to starter Jameis Winston. Drew Brees took a pass when asked for his thoughts on Gisele Bundchen's recent comments that her husband, Tom Brady, had a concussion last year that wasn't reported.