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Tom Brady shows his warmer side with kids in ‘Tom vs Time’

The third installment of the Tom Brady documentary series ‘Tom vs. Time’ premiered on Facebook Tuesday and features more of the New England Patriots quarterback’s vague cliches about the sport and his own success, as well as some footage of him and teammates at Montana’s exclusive Yellowstone Club.

Brady, along with wide receiver Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola are seen spending their mornings doing drills before relaxing in the afternoons with some four-wheeling, hiking, and golf at the 250-member club that, according to the New York Times, costs a minimum of $300k to join and another $36k in annual dues. And that doesn’t include the $5 to $35 million needed to buy a mountainside home to enjoy the resort.

‘I guess we enjoy each other’s company; there’s just a natural chemistry,’ Edelman said, somewhat ironically, as footage of him being berated by Brady simultaneously.

Tom Brady (left), Julian Edelman (center), and trainer Alex Guerrero (right) are seen throwing rocks off a mountain

Tom Brady (left) and Julian Edelman (right) do some offroading at the exclusive 250-member Yellowstone Club

Tom Brady (left) and Julian Edelman (right) do some offroading at the exclusive 250-member Yellowstone Club

Edelman told Brady he wanted to see him run some routes, to which the quarterback responded 'It's not my f****** job, man!'

Edelman told Brady he wanted to see him run some routes, to which the quarterback responded ‘It’s not my f****** job, man!’

Tom Brady wears a protective glove over his injured right hand, which recently received 12 stitches before the AFC title game 

Tom Brady wears a protective glove over his injured right hand, which recently received 12 stitches before the AFC title game 

‘That was lazy,’ Brady said to Edelman, who was running routes for the four-time Super Bowl MVP on a beautiful day in the American Rockies. ‘That don’t win championships.’

‘I want to see you mother****** get out here and start running,’ Edelman snapped back.

‘It’s not my f****** job, man,’ Brady said, putting the argument to rest. ‘It’s not my f****** job.’

The footage is somewhat comical as Brady’s musings about the Yellowstone Club and its effect on his relationships with teammates are interrupted by his own playful arguments with Edelman.

‘It builds special relationships because you’re doing things,’ Brady said of spending time with Amendola and Edelman in the offseason. ‘How do you build trust? How do you build real love and caring for one another?’

Moments later, Brady can be heard criticizing Edelman again.

‘I was trying to do a couple of shorter routes because you were trying to f****** cheat me,’ Brady said.

Tom Brady's son Jack stopped by to ask his father if he can check his fantasy football league team on the computer

Tom Brady’s son Jack stopped by to ask his father if he can check his fantasy football league team on the computer

Brady told Jack that he wanted a kiss and his son obliged. However, Brady felt the first was 'just a peck' and asked for another

Brady told Jack that he wanted a kiss and his son obliged. However, Brady felt the first was ‘just a peck’ and asked for another

Brady's daughter Vivian hopped into her father's lap at the end of the episode

Brady’s daughter Vivian hopped into her father’s lap at the end of the episode

Brady was asked how he intended to spend the Patriots' bye week and said he'd probably stay at home with the kids

Brady was asked how he intended to spend the Patriots’ bye week and said he’d probably stay at home with the kids

A picture of Brady, wife Gisele Bundchen and his three children at the beach can be seen in 'Tom vs. Time'

A picture of Brady, wife Gisele Bundchen and his three children at the beach can be seen in ‘Tom vs. Time’

‘How was I trying to cheat you?’ Edelman snapped back.

The two even had a disagreement about weight lifting, which Edelman still relies on but Brady sees as secondary to flexibility.

‘Everyone is educated on why lifting weights or yoga are good but you’ve got to balance those out with another area,’ Brady said.

‘I’ve been hearing this for eight years,’ he said. ‘We’ve been in this argument for eight years.’

The footage also depicts Brady with two of his three children, son Jack and daughter Vivian.

Jack peaks in on Brady while he’s being massaged by his personal trainer Alex Guerrero to ask his father if he can check his fantasy football team.

Guerrero asked Jack who his quarterback was and Brady quickly interjected: ‘Not his dad!’

Jack, who had Carolina’s Cam Newton at quarterback for his fantasy team, was told to give his dad a kiss and he’d be allowed to go use the computer.

‘That was like a peck,’ Brady said afterwards

Jack then turned around and kissed his dad on the lips.

Later, Brady spends some of his bye week with daughter Vivian, who was recently the center of controversy after WEEI radio host called her ‘an annoying little pissant’ after watching her in the first episode of ‘Tom vs. Time.’

Brady can be seen gushing over his daughter in the third episode.

‘You look adorable,’ he said as she hopped onto his lap. ‘I love this dress and these tights.’

Tom Brady spends a lot of 'Tom vs. Time' being massaged by trainer Alex Guerrero 

Tom Brady spends a lot of ‘Tom vs. Time’ being massaged by trainer Alex Guerrero 

Even trainer Alex Guerrero (right) works up a sweat while massaging Tom Brady (left) 

Even trainer Alex Guerrero (right) works up a sweat while massaging Tom Brady (left) 

The three Patriots teammates also go mountain biking in a mountain side near Big Sky, Montana 

The three Patriots teammates also go mountain biking in a mountain side near Big Sky, Montana 

Brady is seen making a healthy breakfast smoothie for himself and training guru Alex Guerrero 

Brady is seen making a healthy breakfast smoothie for himself and training guru Alex Guerrero 

BOSTON SPORTS RADIO HOST CALLS TOM BRADY’S 5-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER ‘AN ANNOYING LITTLE PISSANT’

New England Patriots quarterback’s regular weekly in-season radio interview with Boston’s WEEI is in jeopardy after host Alex Reimer referred to his daughter as ‘an annoying little pissant’ last week. 

Brady called the station on Monday to vent his anger at WEEI hosts Kirk Minihane and Gerry Callahan.

‘It was very disappointing to hear that. My daughter or any child certainly does not deserve that,’ Brady told WEEI’s Kirk & Callahan before ending the interview. 

Reimer made the remark last week on a different show, referring to five-year-old Vivian’s brief cameo in Brady’s Facebook documentary series, ‘Tom vs. Time.’

‘It was Patriots porn,’ Reimer joked about the first episode, adding that he thought it ‘was fine; OK.’

But Reimer did not stop there.

‘I thought the first scene was so staged, where Brady is in the kitchen, his kid is being an annoying little pissant…’

According to the station, Reimer has been suspended and was sent home from Minnesota, where the Patriots will face the Philadelphia Eagles in Sunday’s Super Bowl.

‘We are disappointed and embarrassed by Alex Reimer’s on-air comments made last Thursday evening. His remarks were utterly indefensible, and mean-spirited commentary directed in any way at children is wholly inappropriate. Mr Reimer remains suspended indefinitely from all WEEI platforms,’ a statement from the station read.

‘We deeply regret what happened and offer our sincerest apologies to Tom Brady, his daughter and his family, as well as the New England Patriots organization. Mr Brady has been a long time contributor to WEEI throughout his Patriots career and he has treated us with the utmost professionalism and respect throughout the partnership.’

On Monday, Brady was so upset that he openly questioned whether he would continue with the weekly interviews on WEEI.

Reimer was not on the radio Monday morning when Brady called in

Alex Reimer (pictured in two selfies from his Twitter account) called Brady’s daughter ‘an annoying little pissant’ last week. He has since been suspended and sent home from Minnesota

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said he hopes the radio host who called his daughter an 'annoying little pissant' isn't fired

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said he hopes the radio host who called his daughter an ‘annoying little pissant’ isn’t fired

‘I’ve tried to come on this show for many years and showed you guys a lot of respect,’ Brady said. ‘I’ve always tried and come on and do a good job for you guys. It’s very disappointing when you hear [the comments about my daughter], certainly. My daughter, or any child, certainly don’t deserve that.

‘I really don’t have much to say this morning,’ he continued. ‘Maybe I’ll speak with you guys some other time,’ he said, before ending the interview.’

The first episode of ‘Tom vs. Time’ is about 15 minutes long and Brady’s daughter is not a major part of it. She’s mostly playing in the kitchen or having her picture taken.

The Facebook series offers an inside glimpse at the 40-year-old New England Patriots quarterback’s rigorous health routine as well as a healthy dose of his football clichés. 

While speaking at the Super Bowl Opening Night, Brady said that even though he was disappointed Reimer’s comments about his five-year-old daughter, he hopes it doesn’t ruin his career.

‘I certainly hope the guy isn’t fired. I would hate for that to happen,’ he explained, according to USA Today Sports.

‘We all have careers and make mistakes,’ Brady continued, according to ESPN.

‘I’d hate for someone to have to change their life over something like that. That was certainly not what he intended.’



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