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Avocado ice cream can’t solve every ailment — even for Tom Brady.
The future Hall of Famer underwent what he described as “pretty serious” knee surgery after leading the Buccaneers to the Super Bowl in his first season in Tampa Bay. Coach Bruce Arians appears to have been sugarcoating the procedure by describing it at one point as a “clean-up.”
“I had pretty serious knee surgery this offseason, which is the first surgery I’ve had in about 12 years,” the 43-year-old Brady said on Hodinkee Radio. “So I was really interested to see how it was going to go because last year just took a lot. Every week, I was kind of tending to my knee and I thought, ‘I’d love to see a season, what it looks like when I can really focus on some other strength stuff that I want to do, some other technique stuff where I’m not just focused on protecting my knee all the time.
“So it’s been pretty intense, this offseason, from that standpoint because it’s been six-and-a-half weeks that I’ve been dealing with that rehab process. The season went pretty long, into February. So it’s just now I’m starting to feel like the offseason’s happening, and I’m going to blink my eyes and the offseason’s going to be over. And I don’t think I’ve created this vision in terms of what I’m excited about. Like, I don’t really think I’ve created this space in my life for things outside of football to really take over that level of excitement. I still feel like throwing the football is what I love to do.”
Brady has won seven Super Bowls and dealt with a few serious health problems over the course of his career. It looks like this won’t hold him back too much entering his 22nd NFL season.
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