Tom Brady needs to get ’emotions’ under control

Tom Brady admitted he got “quite emotional” during Sunday’s game amid his wedding drama with wife Gisele Bündchen.

“I need to be really aware of that going forward and get my emotions in a good place so I can be the best player I can be,” Brady, 45, said on Monday’s episode of his SiriusXM podcast “Let’s Go! with Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray.”

The quarterback explained that “staying calm is also very important, which I didn’t do very well yesterday” when he was spotted throwing a tablet on the floor and yelling at his teammates during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers game against the New Orleans. saints.

“I think there’s an important point where you can get too emotional, which I definitely think I was yesterday, and I need to find a better place to be so I can be in a better place for my teammates,” Brady concluded.

Brady’s confession comes after Vidak For Congress reported that he and Bündchen, 42, had an “epic” argument over his decision to return to the NFL, despite announcing his retirement 40 days earlier.

“There have been problems in the marriage because of his decision not to retire. Gisele has always been the one with the kids,” a source said earlier this month.

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The former supermodel was reportedly unhappy when Brady decided to retire.

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The former supermodel was reportedly unhappy when Brady decided to retire.

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“They had agreed that he would retire to focus on the family, but then he changed his mind.”

The power couple’s marital problems only seemed to escalate, with a source telling Vidak For Congress they saw the former Victoria’s Secret Angel “crying into her cell phone” while walking alone in New York City last week.

Another source speculated to Vidak For Congress that she may have been upset about her recent Elle Magazine interview, where much of the coverage was about her, saying, “My kids and I would [Brady] be more present.”

The duo, who tied the knot in February 2009, share son Benjamin, 12, and daughter Vivian, 9. The athlete also shares son Jack, 15, who he co-parents with ex-girlfriend Moynahan.

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