Tom Brady: “I Got Like A Little Sickness In Me That Just Wants To Throw A Frick’n Spiral”

April 7th, 2021

Tom Brady did one of those fluffy, non-sports morning shows today, something called Good Morning America.

Joe shared the teaser yesterday, with Brady talking about his personal motivation, but he expanded on that in today’s cut.

It seems Tommy just likes playing football.

”I don’t think provin’ it for me is the motivation,” Brady said passionately. ”Like I still want to play. You know, I got like a little sickness in me that just wants to throw a frick’n spiral. You know what I mean?”

Joe is confident everyone knows what Brady means; he loves the game and will quit when either he sucks, is hurt, or his wife threatens him.

Perhaps the best nugget from the interview was host Michael Strahan revealing that Brady says he’ll be back to resuming some football activities by the end of April following postseason knee surgery.

Enjoy today’s Ira Kaufman Podcast, presented by Bill Currie Ford.

16 Responses to “Tom Brady: “I Got Like A Little Sickness In Me That Just Wants To Throw A Frick’n Spiral””

  1. SB : Your comment is awaiting moderation. Says:

    If for no other reason, we as Bucs fans should forever be indebted to Tom Brady for changing the expectations in our Entire locker room for the next decade at least.

  2. Swampbuc Says:

    I never thought Iā€™d be a Brady fanboy and now I wear his Bucs jersey.

  3. Bird Says:

    Lets be honest. Buc fans are grateful for 2 things these days:

    1). Bradys little sickness to continue throwing a spiral at 43
    2). Bill belichiks desire to want to move on from Brady

  4. Bird Says:

    My favorites are the buc fans with the sickness that think we were worse off with brady at qb. And some think we still are. šŸ˜‚

  5. Pewter941 Says:

    I got a fever, and the only prescription is more spiral.

  6. SB : Your comment is awaiting moderation. Says:

    “W’s” are the best medicine.

  7. Keir Says:

    Ya know the best part of the offseason after a Super bowl win? The vast amount of stories about the team and how short a time it feels until the next season begins. It still seems like a week ago that we won and I am still flying high with each story I read on here and PFT, my only 2 daily sources for NFL news. Thanks Joes!

  8. Dusthty Rhothdes Says:

    Swampbuc right there with you; the moment I became a bucs plus brady fan was when he ASKED the security guard if he could get his son; he didnt say hey Im Tom Brady the world champ get my kid…class and now he has some built in motivation to begin the year…..I mean going from Jack Thompson, Trent Dilfer, and the Chris Chandlers of the world to this…WHOA

  9. lambchop Says:

    If you’ve ever played QB, you know what he’s talking about.

  10. Jonny Says:

    Thanks to Brady’s obsession and preparation habits, our entire team and coaches will be aware of loafing and loafers for years to come and keep each other accountable. I truly felt like Bucs breathed as one come playoff time, they were that United. I am sure that sort of feeling is intoxicating for players like Lavonte who had to play through some rough years of crisis under Schiano, Lovie and Jameis led Bucs.

  11. TampaTown Says:

    Or more cowbell

  12. Swampbuc Says:

    Dusththy you are right on brother!

  13. Jason Says:

    I don’t know about you all, but I’m down with Tom Brady’s sickness.

  14. PatsBucsfan4years Says:

    Holding off selling my 1 of 50 18karat gold leaf autographed Brady card till after he’s inducted in Pro Football Hall of Fame…. so 2031 Coincides with my retirement šŸ˜‚

  15. Howard Cosell Says:

    Howard also has a fever!! And the only prescription is more spirals/cowbell!!!

  16. Buc1987 Says:

    This has been so much fun…..and we have more to come.