Tom Brady. (Mark Thompson/Getty Images)
BOSTON (WBZ-AM) -- Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's continued his interesting offseason recently with a sit-down with Oprah Winfrey.
The interview aired yesterday on her network. Brady's weeks away from turning 41, so Oprah asked him if he's thought about what's after football.
"I think about it more now than I used to," Brady said. "I'm seeing that there's definitely an end coming, sooner rather than later."
"What does that end look like to you? Is it 43? 45?" Oprah asked.
"As long as I'm still loving it," Brady said. "As long as I'm loving the training and the preparation, I'm willing to make the commitment. It's also, I think what I alluded to a lot in the docu-series was, there's other things happening in my life too. I do have kids that I love, and I don't want to be a dad who's not there, driving my kids to their games. I think my kids have brought a great perspective in my life."
Brady said he's still motivated to keep playing and believes there's still more to be accomplished. The future Hall of Famer and reigning MVP said he feels he can still be better. Asked if anything is going on with coach Bill Belichick, Brady said he loves him, he pushes him and, like any relationship, they don't agree on absolutely everything.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Adam Kaufman reports