Tom Brady 'does have concussions,' wife Gisele Bundchen says

Gisele says Tom Brady had concussion last year

Gisele says Tom Brady had concussion last year

"I don't think it's healthy for you to go through like a", she paused and slapped her hands together.

"He had a concussion past year".

Of course, if Brady did have concussions, and the Patriots knowingly didn't adhere to protocol, the team could potentially be fined and lose draft picks under the new rules implemented a year ago. "He has concussions pretty much every." she said, before cutting herself off.

Gisele Bundchen dropped a bombshell on fans when she openly spoke about husband Tom Brady's unreported football injuries, while appearing on Wednesday's CBS This Morning. Bundchen told "CBS This Morning" in an interview that aired May 17, 2017, that Brady suffered a concussion previous year.

Tom Brady of the New England Patriots celebrates with wife Gisele Bundchen, daughter Vivian Brady and mother Galynn Brady after defeating the Atlanta Falcons during Super Bowl 51 at NRG Stadium on February 5, 2017 in Houston, Texas.

The NFL released a statement Wednesday saying: "There are no records that indicate that Mr. Brady suffered a head injury or concussion, or exhibited or complained of concussion symptoms".

"Are you trying to get him to retire?"

The Patriots declined to comment on the report, and neither an National Football League spokesman nor Brady's agent immediately responded to a request for comment. I mean, we don't talk about (it). "If I get there and I still feel like I do today, I don't see why I wouldn't want to continue". "I am planning on having him be healthy and do a lot of fun things when we're like 100, I hope". And if the player doesn't tell you, I don't really know how the team [would know]? The Patriots quarterback played all 12 regular season games he was eligible for after his suspension and, obviously, led New England to another Super Bowl title.

"That kind of aggression all the time, that can not be healthy for you", she said. Speaking with ESPN's Kevin O'Connor, Brady mentioned that his playing career has been a collaborative effort with his wife and family. "Hopefully she never says, 'Look, this has to be it, '" Brady told O'Connor "My wife and my kids, it's a big investment of their time and energy too".