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Tom Brady's dad: Patriots QB wants to play until he's '44 or 45'

On Jan. 18, 2015, the NFL Network aired an interview with Tom Brady Sr. called “A Father’s Pride.” It was a pregame segment for the NFC Championship that year. You know, the one that started deflate-gate. That was back when the New England Patriots quarterback and his father, who has since publicly called NFL commissioner Roger Goodell “a flaming liar,” might actually grant interviews to the league.
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