Tom Brady reveals whether he wants his son Jack to play football

A football player like his father? Tom Brady opened up about his son Jack’s possible future in sports.

The athlete, 44, went to the University of Michigan before his NFL career began in 2002, and he wants his 14-year-old to do the same as a “little future Wolverine,” he said Tuesday, Nov. 30, episode of his SiriusXM podcast, “Let’s Go! With Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald, and Jim Gray.”

Tom Brady reveals whether he wants his son Jack to follow in his footsteps

Tom and Jack Brady. Masatoshi Okauchi / Shutterstock

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers player recently recalled watching his alma mater play against Ohio State University with Jack, saying, “I saw the joy in that stadium and the crowd rushed to the field.… As I jumped around [in bed] and we fought, I said, ‘That’s where you want to be! You will be in the big house one day. You will be the starting quarterback for Michigan. “

The California native shares Jack with ex Bridget Moynahan, but his wife, Gisele Bundchen, opposed Brady’s prediction.

The model told her husband to “just let go [Jack] be what he wants to be, for God’s sake, ”the former New England Patriots player said Tuesday.

The couple are parents to son Benjamin, 11, and daughter Vivian, 8. While Benjamin does not like playing sports, Jack “loves” that, Brady said Men’s health in August 2019.

“He will try hard and he will never disappoint his father,” the quarterback told the magazine at the time. “It was me. I woke up early in the weekend to do things with my dad. That’s why I did not party very much. If Dad wanted to play golf, I would be there with him. And if I ever missed those things, I would it crushes me. “

Brady has had it “hard” that his youngest son is not as athletic as his half-brother, he added.

“When Benny came, I thought he would be like Jack … [who] is like me, ”Brady explained to Men’s Health. “So I thought, ‘Come on, let’s do this.’ And he said, ‘No.’ And I thought, ‘What? No, do this!’ [And Gisele kept] and said to me, ‘Would you understand that your son is different?’ It was hard for me. I thought, ‘What do you mean? He is a boy; he should do all these things that I do. ‘”

The seven-time Super Bowl winner’s comment came two years after Moynahan, 50, told it Kelly Ripa that her son did not want to play football or follow in her acting footsteps, noting in the 2017 interview that Jack’s interests lie in football and swimming.

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