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Tom Brady praises Gisele for supporting his latest business venture: ‘She’s super helpful’

When the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady launched his new clothing line dubbed Brady, one of those who congratulated him was his wife, model Gisele Bundchen. On her social media account, Gisele said Brady’s fashion line would allow her to show everyone her good taste.

Unknown to many, Bundchen was very helpful in her husband’s new business venture, which came to fruition after three years of planning. This was revealed by Brady, 44, during an interview on “Good Morning America.” “She is super helpful. Like I said, she’s got great taste and sensitivity too,” said Brady, who admitted he’s very into his business and loves doing it.

Brady also praised his wife’s taste in fashion, calling her the GOAT (greatest ever) of what she’s done in her career. “She’s been in style for a long time, but I would say she has amazing taste,” the quarterback said, adding that he shares the same view with his wife that they “don’t compromise anything.” Passionate about fashion and clothing, Brady added that he wants to be as active as possible in his new venture.

Brady wary of Eagles defense

Corn Brady has to put his business on the back burner as he prepares for their Wild-Card showdown with the Philadelphia Eagles at Raymond James Stadium. The Buccaneers beat the Eagles, 28-22, in their Week 6 regular season clash, but Brady expects philadelphia cream to step it up in their revenge.

“They’re a really good defense – they win you everything. You make a mistake, you get a penalty, you go punt,” Brady said.

In their first meeting, Brady passed for 297 yards and two touchdowns with an interception, but he expects the Eagles defense to be prepared this time around, especially their front four of Javon Hargrave, Fletcher Cox, Derek Barnett and Josh Sweat.

“They obviously have a very good front. They’re really good at linebacker,” said Brady, who will be playing his 46th playoff game in 22 years. NFL career. In addition to their defense, Brady said the Eagles also have talented players in all positions.

Evans participating in full during practice

In Thursday’s practice, wide receiver mike evans was a full participant after being restricted on Wednesday’s visit with a hamstring injury, per Buccaneers.com’s Carmen Vitali.

the Buccaneers also upgraded outside linebacker Anthony Nelson, who was limited Thursday after missing practice Wednesday with an ankle problem. Four players did not participate, including Brady and defensive tackle Steve McLendon, who both got their day off, running back Ronald Jones (ankle) and wide receiver. Cyril Grayson (tendon).

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