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Tom Brady hits 35 — and goes to work on his game

3 years agoSports : The Early Lead

Tom Brady turned 35 on Friday, hitting a milestone that makes an elite athlete think about just how much longer he can continue being an elite athlete. “I want to play a long time,” Brady told the Boston Globe on Sunday. “I think the reality is we’re focused on this year and there’s no season other than this season that I’m worried about. We’ve got our work cut out for us — it will be a huge challenge.
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